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Land for wildlife – A Citizen Science workshop

Karuah & Great Lakes Landcare and Great Lakes Council invite you to a motion-sensing camera workshop. Motion-sensing cameras are now readily available, affordable and an easy way to monitor native wildlife or feral posts animals on your property.  If you’d like to learn how cameras can be used to protect wildlife or stock this workshop is for you

WHERE | Bulahdelah – Please RSVP for location details and provide your name, email and contact phone number for each participant. Note: Car pooling to wetland may be required.
WHEN | Saturday 12 September, 2015
TIME | 9.30am to 3.15pm

The speakers include: Dr Chris McLean – Marsupial Ecology Researcher / Honorary Research Fellow School of Biology, University of Wollongong and Mat Bell – Senior Ecologist, Great Lakes Council.

Discussion topics: Motion-sensing cameras – overview and their function. Camera setup for wildlife detection – site location, settings, hints and tips Practical demonstration – visit to Bulahdelah Plain Wetland Reserve

RSVP | Please RSVP by Friday 4 September by phoning Karen Bee 02 6591 7305 or emailing  karen.bee@greatlakes.nsw.gov.au

NOTE | Bring a hat, water, sturdy shoes for wetland reserve walk. Morning tea and a light lunch will be provided.

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