New Trip Reports: Victoria, Australia

Here are three new reports from Victoria.

A Tale of Two Gliders (during the time of COVID): Michael Johnson’s report about chasing Greater and Yellow-bellied Gliders close to Melbourne during COVID restrictions.

And here are monthly summaries from TreeSwift Wildlife & Nature’s various trips in November and December 2022. With 25 species including Sperm Whale and Rakali in November, and 20 species including Koala and Leadbeater’s Possum in December.


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  • David

    Not sure the video mentions it but yellow-bellied gliders chew very distinct “V” shaped cuts in the bark. Where I’ve seen them (in open woodland near Eungella National Park, Queensland) they favoured lemon-scented gums.

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