Camera Trapping Workshop

 Please RSVP by Thursday 14 May for location details and provide name(s), email and a contact phone number for each participant Karen Bee on (02) 6591 7305 or 
  • When 16 May, 2015 from 09:30 AM to 03:15 PM (Australia/Sydney / UTC1008)
  • Attendees Anyone interested in capturing wildlife on your property on camera
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Karuah & Great Lakes Landcare and Great Lakes Council invites you to the Camera Trapping Workshop

Are you interested in capturing wildlife on your property on camera? Have you ever wondered who visits at night? Or, perhaps you already have cameras installed but need some expert tips .... then this workshop is for you. Land for Wildlife in the Great Lakes has two remote cameras in which registered members can borrow to survey and record wildlife on their property. Why not give it a go!


Dr Chris McLean — Marsupial Ecology Researcher / Honorary Research Fellow School of Biology University of Wollongong
Mat Bell — Senior Ecologist, Great Lakes Council

Discussion Topics

Camera traps — overview and their functions

Camera traps for wildlife detection — site location, settings, hints & tips Practical demonstration — visit to Bulahdelah Plain Wetland Reserve

Light lunch/morning tea provided

Note: Car pooling to wetland may be required

Bring: Hat, water, sturdy shoes for paddock walk