MLG NEWS FLASH TRAIL CAMERAS - 7 pm Thursday 2 August, Murrumbateman Country Inn, back room

MLG NEWS FLASH - TRAIL CAMERAS 7 pm Thursday 2 August Murrumbateman Country Inn, back room WHO: Dr Heather McGinness, Senior Research Scientist at CSIRO Land and Water, is an ecologist who has been using wildlife monitoring cameras regularly for the last 7 years. She has used cameras in her scientific research to document and analyse: water level changes; vegetation changes; wildlife presence and numbers, including native and feral mammals, birds, and reptiles; and most recently waterbird behaviour, chick development, nest success and predation. She has also used her own trail camera at home to document that feral rats rather than possums are eating her home-grown vegetables! Between work and home, Heather has experience with five brands of remote monitoring camera. WHAT: Dr McGinness will give a general overview of trail camera features and options, with some video clips and photos for illustration. Then our Treasurer, Sheridan Roberts, will briefly outline the capabilities of MLG’s 3 Browning trail cameras and show some video clips taken by them. MLG’s trail cameras are available to lend to financial members, and all 3 cameras will be available at the end of our meeting. WHERE: Once again at the Murrumbateman pub When: 7pm Thursday 2 August, but if you want to come earlier for a pub dinner, please be there by 6:30.
  • MLG NEWS FLASH TRAIL CAMERAS - 7 pm Thursday 2 August, Murrumbateman Country Inn, back room
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  • MLG NEWS FLASH - TRAIL CAMERAS 7 pm Thursday 2 August Murrumbateman Country Inn, back room WHO: Dr Heather McGinness, Senior Research Scientist at CSIRO Land and Water, is an ecologist who has been using wildlife monitoring cameras regularly for the last 7 years. She has used cameras in her scientific research to document and analyse: water level changes; vegetation changes; wildlife presence and numbers, including native and feral mammals, birds, and reptiles; and most recently waterbird behaviour, chick development, nest success and predation. She has also used her own trail camera at home to document that feral rats rather than possums are eating her home-grown vegetables! Between work and home, Heather has experience with five brands of remote monitoring camera. WHAT: Dr McGinness will give a general overview of trail camera features and options, with some video clips and photos for illustration. Then our Treasurer, Sheridan Roberts, will briefly outline the capabilities of MLG’s 3 Browning trail cameras and show some video clips taken by them. MLG’s trail cameras are available to lend to financial members, and all 3 cameras will be available at the end of our meeting. WHERE: Once again at the Murrumbateman pub When: 7pm Thursday 2 August, but if you want to come earlier for a pub dinner, please be there by 6:30.
  • When 02 Aug, 2018 from 07:00 PM to 08:30 PM (Australia/Sydney / UTC1000)
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