On the areas that have been scorched.... have they estimated how long before at least
re-growth will begin? If it will at all?
I saw a video where a Grandmother saved a Koala that was was burned and walking
in burning embers. She was pouring water on his/her body. The Koala was crying.
It broke my heart watching it. She wrapped in a blanket and took it to a shelter.
They believe (hope) it will recover. When they take the bandages off it's feet/paws
they'll determine what may next.
Again, it broke my heart watching it. I can't imagine what you are going through.
As you can see Tillie (Katrina - Affected) has not posted since Nov.24th or been on site.
She is overwhelmed with all at hand. She's trying to take a mental break. Keep her in
our thoughts and prayers.
Sorry for my absence. I did need to take a mental health break but did not mean to be gone so long. I tried to come back one day and couldn't log in as I had to update all this stuff about my account here, and the site now expects me to be in the US. I get that, it's ok but when values I tried to add were rejected I had to put it aside for another day.
As Nikki says yes I have had a lot happening as well, and yes my property is unburnt, but the drought is taking a serious toll including the lowest sightings count for years.
Anyway, here is one lovely photo of young Phoenix yesterday, sitting in KimT's tree.
Most days with the heat, high winds and smoke blanket the koalas are low in areas of shrubs and weeds - behaviour changes in an effort to cope.