Terry Watts (sirterrywatts) wrote,
Terry Watts


Now travelling south, there is a greater chance of finding some more familiar faces. After a long time in the water, it is great to be walking on land again and photographing some more familiar wildlife.

Koalas in the north of NSW are a bit harder to find, this one sleep in a tree that it usually would not be found in. They are quite small in comparison to others both north and south from this region. However, they are still quite just as interesting when you find one.

You would think a grey and white bear in a tree to be easy to spot, but it is a lot harder than most people think.

Tags: australian wildlife, koala, photography

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