You’ll have the chance to borrow an infrared camera and take part in the “Who’s living on my land?” project; a citizen science activity for rural landholders to survey their land for wildlife. We’ll teach you how to use infrared motion detector cameras and then let you borrow one for 2 weeks. Once you set up a camera on your property it will automatically take photographs of any animal that comes in front of it! Then, we’ll analyse all the images and let you know what species are there. You might find some surprises!
In the afternoon we’ll go on a property tour of ‘Esdale’ with Fiona Hamer to showcase her stunning example private land conservation and rehabilitation along the bank of the Murrumbidgee River.
This workshop is a collaboration of the National Parks Association of NSW and Kosciuszko 2 Coast.