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Are you a landholder from Wingecaribee Shire? If so, do you want to learn more about the native and feral animals living on your land? If yes, then this workshop is for you!
“Who’s living on my land?” is a citizen science project that helps regional private landholders discover what species are on their property. We teach landholders how to set up a camera trap to survey their land for wildlife using a motion sensor infrared cameras; then lend them the camera for a two week survey on their property.
At the end of the survey, landholders post the camera and the images back to us and we identify all the animals that came by the camera trap. We use the results of a citizen science wildlife survey to encourage landholders to participate in conservation initiatives like pest control and habitat restoration to support native wildlife on their private land.