RSVP to "Who's living on my land?" workshop in Wingello
What animals are living on your property? Are they pest species or native wildlife? Rural landholders are invited to a FREE workshop to find out more about the native and feral animals that are living or passing through their properties.
Workshop Outline
Come along to our free workshop to find out what species are on your property and what they get up to at night!
We are looking for landholders from the Southern Highlands to participate in a citizen science survey of the wildlife on their property. We will teach you how to set up a camera trap and then lend you a camera for two weeks so you can find out what animal species are on your land.

Find out how you can look after native species on your land with the Land for Wildlife project, Biodiversity Conservation Trust, Glossies in the Mist and South East Local Land Services.

Workshop Details
Time/Date: 10.30am-3.30pm, Friday 14th September 2018
Venue: Wingello Mechanics Institute, Corner of Railway Parade & Murrimba Road, Wingello NSW 2579
Cost: FREE
How did you find out about this workshop series? *
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Farming enterprise trading name
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Email address *
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Do you have any dietary requirements?
If yes, please let us know so we can organise catering for you
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If you are bringing a partner to the workshop - please tell us their name and dietary requirements
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Emergency contact (name and phone number) *
Bushfire season is starting early this year and we require emergency contacts for participants just in case of emergency
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Do you have any relevant special requirements for the workshop? *
e.g. mobility, hearing difficulties, medical conditions. Please note that there are some stairs at the venue which may limit disabled access.
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Are you allergic to peanut butter? *
Our lure for the cameras usually uses peanut butter to attract animals. We will make other arrangements if any participant is allergic to peanut butter
Have you used infrared cameras before?
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Property Address *
If possible, please include Lot and DP numbers
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Property size *
Please indicate if Ha or Acres.
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What is the primary purpose of your property?
Do you participate in any private land conservation programs?
e.g. Land for wildlife, conservation agreement, biobanking
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What kind wildlife on your property do you hope to find?
We'll use this data to try and tailor the type of camera survey to maximise your chances of seeing it!
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