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An article about how much a koala joey has to learn from their mother before they become independent. Video of mother and joey walking included.
What’s In My Garden? Flora & Fauna around Melbourne & Geelong, Victoria Australia. This article is about the Saunders Case Moth, a common cocoon seen in gardens, what it is,...
A confident wild koala joey named Winjku in the You Yangs, Victoria Australia
Adventurous, curious baby male koala Mimi was confident to climb away from his mum at just 7 months old.
How to tell the difference between male and female koalas by looking at their physical characteristics.
All about cute baby koala Yeera who lives in the You Yangs near Melbourne
What’s In My Backyard? Flora & Fauna around Melbourne & Geelong, Victoria Australia. This article is about the Common Brown Butterfly Heteronympha merope and how to identify it.
What’s In My Backyard? Flora & Fauna around Melbourne & Geelong, Victoria Australia. This article is about the Red Wattlebird, one of the most common and noisy backyard birds around...
Koalas walk on the ground every day. They are cautious when descending, but once on the ground they are direct, determined, and surprisingly fast.
Usually, if a koala has survived the fire, it is because their tree survived the fire and shielded them. Koalas probably go into the thickest, leafiest tree they can find...
My friends, myself and my wild koala family are currently safe in Victoria, but at this moment Australia is in a catastrophic fire emergency.
We’re getting a lot of requests to plant trees for koalas after the bushfires in burnt areas. That won’t work. But tree planting for koalas elsewhere in their range will...