WOWEE! A squirrel glider is released onto a tree and glides across to the next tree watched by some amazed participants in a community biodiversity survey at Blue Metal Hill Reserve as part of the S2S Bioblitz 2013 at Woomargama NSW. The survey was organised by the Slopes to Summit partnership and conducted by the Australian Research Centre for Urban Ecology (ARCUE). This squirrel glider is part of a resident population being monitored by ARCUE and lives in one of the best habitats for gliders along the whole Hume Highway. It's very rare to see gliders glide in the night time so we are indeed fortunate to see a flight in the day and marvel at how well adapted they are to living in the tree tops! The footage was taken by Brendan Thompson, a volunteer with Nature Conservation Trust.