Grabine Foggs Crossing Landcare have been involved with the “WHO’S LIVING ON MY LAND?” Citizen Science Project - Kanangra-Boyd to Wyangala link (K2W) The “Who’s Living On My Land?” project is run by the National Parks Association of NSW (NPA NSW), a not-for-profit and non-government conservation organisation and a lead partner of the Great Eastern Ranges initiative. The project is supported by a grant from the Foundation for National Parks and Wildlife, through a funding from the NSW Environmental Trust. One of the main objective of our project is to engage landholders to use infrared motion detection cameras to document the presence/absence of native and pest animal species on their land. A non-toxic lure (made up to peanut butter, rolled oats with a small amount of honey and fish sauce) is used to attract the animal species to the camera site. The lure is encased in a plastic PVC pipe cap and secured to the ground with tent pegs.

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