Capturing Wildlife on Camera

Capturing Wildlife on Camera

Woolshed Thurgoona Landcare Group invite you to learn about setting motion sensing cameras for the purpose of wildlife and pest species monitoring. You will be guided through tips and tricks for selecting a suitable site.

When: 10am – 12pm, Saturday 30 March 2019
Where: ‘Hawksview’ Riverina Hwy, Lake Hume Village (look for the yellow Landcare signs and “Hawksview Homestead” sign)
Bring: Keep cup and sturdy footwear
RSVP by Monday 25 March 2019 to [email protected] (light refreshments will be provided)

Thanks to funding from the Australian Government’s National Landcare Program, our group will be undertaking revegetation works to re-establish habitat specifically targeting threatened species in our region.

Squirrel Gliders are one of the projects target species and we hope to capture images of this native local. We will also be looking for pest animals who threaten this and other threatened species, such as cats.

Attendees at this event and interested community members are also invited to join us again at Thurgoona Community Centre, 10am on 13 April to review the captured images. Please BYO laptop.

Motion Sensing Monitoring flyer