Koalas are widely dispersed and difficult to see from the ground, so one of the methods used to survey koalas is to search through forest litter for koala scats (or droppings) under the trees they have occupied. This video overviews the gathering of data from the trees surveyed in survey areas in South East NSW and the Strzelecki Ranges in Victoria, including the Far South Coast of NSW, and celebrates the milestone of the 100,000th tree being recorded.
About Regional interview
Chris Allen and Ian Campbell talk about the survival of Bega Valley koalas.
Introducing the Koala Action Network (KAN)
What is KAN?