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AUSTRALIA-KOALAS/NSW
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December 31, 2020
Dog handler Kim Edwards (L) and Science for Wildlife research scientist Victoria Inman conduct a population...
JENOLAN, Australia
Koala conservation program is carried out in the Greater Blue Mountains World Heritage Area
Dog handler Kim Edwards (L) and Science for Wildlife research scientist Victoria Inman conduct a population density survey with koala scat-sniffing dog Smudge in habitat burned during the previous bushfire season in the Greater Blue Mountains World Heritage Area, Australia, September 14, 2020. REUTERS/Loren Elliott
AUSTRALIA-KOALAS/NSW
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October 19, 2020
Dr. Kellie Leigh, the executive director of the not-for-profit conservation organisation Science for...
JENOLAN, Australia
The Wider Image: From disease to bushfires, Australia's iconic koalas face bleak future
Dr. Kellie Leigh, the executive director of the not-for-profit conservation organisation Science for Wildlife, and her team, conduct a health assessment on a wild koala joey with its mother close by, as part of The Blue Mountains Koala Project, a population monitoring program spearheaded to plan for koala recovery in the region, in Kanangra-Boyd National Park, the Greater Blue Mountains World Heritage Area, near Jenolan, Australia, September 15, 2020. REUTERS/Loren Elliott SEARCH "KOALAS ELLIOTT" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES
AUSTRALIA-KOALAS/NSW
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October 19, 2020
Sophie Olejniczak, a volunteer at the not-for-profit conservation organisation Science for Wildlife,...
JENOLAN, Australia
The Wider Image: From disease to bushfires, Australia's iconic koalas face bleak future
Sophie Olejniczak, a volunteer at the not-for-profit conservation organisation Science for Wildlife, uses binoculars to observe a koala at the top of a tree, as part of The Blue Mountains Koala Project, a population monitoring program spearheaded to plan for koala recovery in the region, in Kanangra-Boyd National Park, the Greater Blue Mountains World Heritage Area, near Jenolan, Australia, September 15, 2020. REUTERS/Loren Elliott SEARCH "KOALAS ELLIOTT" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES
AUSTRALIA-KOALAS/NSW
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October 19, 2020
Dr. Kellie Leigh, the executive director of the not-for-profit conservation organisation Science for...
JENOLAN, Australia
The Wider Image: From disease to bushfires, Australia's iconic koalas face bleak future
Dr. Kellie Leigh, the executive director of the not-for-profit conservation organisation Science for Wildlife, conducts a health assessment on a koala named Pele as part of The Blue Mountains Koala Project, a population monitoring program spearheaded to plan for koala recovery in the region, in the Greater Blue Mountains World Heritage Area, near Jenolan, Australia, September 15, 2020. Science for Wildlife uses advanced methods to track koala movements and monitor populations in bushfire affected areas. "At some of our sites, the forests are really tall, the canopies really thick, so you can't necessarily find koalas just by looking up," Leigh said. REUTERS/Loren Elliott SEARCH "KOALAS ELLIOTT" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES
AUSTRALIA-KOALAS/NSW
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October 19, 2020
A mother koala named Kali and her joey, monitored by not-for-profit conservation organisation Science...
JENOLAN, Australia
The Wider Image: From disease to bushfires, Australia's iconic koalas face bleak future
A mother koala named Kali and her joey, monitored by not-for-profit conservation organisation Science for Wildlife, as part of the Blue Mountains Koala Project spearheaded to plan for koala recovery in the region, are seen in their natural habitat in an area affected by bushfires, in the Greater Blue Mountains World Heritage Area, near Jenolan, Australia, September 14, 2020. REUTERS/Loren Elliott SEARCH "KOALAS ELLIOTT" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES
AUSTRALIA-KOALAS/NSW
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October 19, 2020
Team members from Science for Wildlife, a not-for-profit conservation organisation, use a radio-tracking...
JENOLAN, Australia
The Wider Image: From disease to bushfires, Australia's iconic koalas face bleak future
Team members from Science for Wildlife, a not-for-profit conservation organisation, use a radio-tracking device to locate a koala being monitored, as part of The Blue Mountains Koala Project, a population monitoring program spearheaded to plan for koala recovery in the region, in Kanangra-Boyd National Park, the Greater Blue Mountains World Heritage Area, near Jenolan, Australia, September 15, 2020. REUTERS/Loren Elliott SEARCH "KOALAS ELLIOTT" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES
AUSTRALIA-KOALAS/NSW
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October 19, 2020
Research scientist Dr. Victoria Inman and Dr. Kellie Leigh, the executive director of the not-for-profit...
JENOLAN, Australia
The Wider Image: From disease to bushfires, Australia's iconic koalas face bleak future
Research scientist Dr. Victoria Inman and Dr. Kellie Leigh, the executive director of the not-for-profit conservation organisation Science for Wildlife, release a koala named Pele and her joey back into the wild, after a team from Science for Wildlife, briefly captured them in order to conduct maintenance on Pele's radio collar and assess her and the joey's health, as part of The Blue Mountains Koala Project, a population monitoring program spearheaded to plan for koala recovery in the region, in Kanangra-Boyd National Park, the Greater Blue Mountains World Heritage Area, near Jenolan, Australia, September 15, 2020. Science for Wildlife uses advanced methods to track koala movements and monitor populations in bushfire affected areas. "At some of our sites, the forests are really tall, the canopies really thick, so you can't necessarily find koalas just by looking up," Leigh said. REUTERS/Loren Elliott SEARCH "KOALAS ELLIOTT" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES
AUSTRALIA-KOALAS/NSW
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October 19, 2020
Smudge, a dog who is trained to follow the scent of koala droppings, stands during a population density...
JENOLAN, Australia
The Wider Image: From disease to bushfires, Australia's iconic koalas face bleak future
Smudge, a dog who is trained to follow the scent of koala droppings, stands during a population density survey conducted by not-for-profit conservation organisation Science for Wildlife, in a habitat that was burnt in a bushfire, in the Greater Blue Mountains World Heritage Area, near Jenolan, Australia, September 14, 2020. REUTERS/Loren Elliott SEARCH "KOALAS ELLIOTT" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES
AUSTRALIA-KOALAS/NSW
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October 19, 2020
The burnt bark of a tree is seen in a forested area, in a habitat populated by koalas, that was damaged...
JENOLAN, Australia
The Wider Image: From disease to bushfires, Australia's iconic koalas face bleak future
The burnt bark of a tree is seen in a forested area, in a habitat populated by koalas, that was damaged in a bushfire, at Kanangra-Boyd National Park, in the Greater Blue Mountains World Heritage Area, near Jenolan, Australia, September 14, 2020. REUTERS/Loren Elliott SEARCH "KOALAS ELLIOTT" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES
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