Monitoring bandicoots, phascogales and more
31st January - 4th February
We are teaming up with wildlife ecologists and the Conservation Council of WA to carry out monitoring of Quenda (Southern Brown Bandicoots) and Phascogales and other fauna, centred on Balijup, and other properties adjacent to the Stirling Range National Park.
Volunteers are needed to install and monitor Phascogale nesting boxes on bush properties near the Stirling Range National Park and help with fauna monitoring at Balijup. Participants will work with wildlife ecologists from the Conservation Council of WA, wildlife biologist Joe Porter, Basil Schur of Green Skills and others on a range of citizen science monitoring activities at and near Balijup farm, including bandicoot re-trapping, phascogale monitoring, bird and bushland surveying.
Please contact Basil Schur at Green Skills Denmark on 98483310 or by email firstname.lastname@example.org or 0429481019 to register your interest, or see posters below for more information.
The event is part of Green Skills’ conservation activities supported through the State Natural Resource Management program. This project is made possible by the State Government’s Royalties for Regions program. It also forms part of the 2019 South Coast Festival of Birds and Biodiversity. This project has also been supported by Lotterywest,, Conservation Council of WA, Gondwana Link, UWA Albany, Pentland Alpaca Stud, Alan Hordacre and the Denmark Men’s Shed.
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