Learn the in’s and out’s, do’s and don’ts of trail cameras to monitor wildlife and landscape change. Targeted at landholders and citizen scientists, this full-day workshop will provide a comprehensive introduction to this fast-developing and important monitoring tool.

  • Expert Colin Cook from Monitor Cameras will introduce the selection, use of and opportunities of motion sensing and remote cameras
  • Presentations from local projects utilizing motion sensing & time-lapse cameras: CSIRO waterbirds, Strathbogie forest fauna, GBCMA wetlands, Trust for Nature projects  and more
  • Equipment displays – brands and models & BYO (which trail cam do you use?)
  • Q&A session – share your experience
  • Morning tea, lunch and afternoon tea providedSRCMN caught on camera alt flier

Sunday 29th October, 9.30 to 4 pm.

Numbers limited – bookings essential
RSVP with numbers and dietary preferences to Chris at Goulburn Broken CMA on 5797 4400

Sample trail cam images from one camera trap site from the Strathbogie Forest Citizen Science project? Click an image to view slide show.

For technical info contact bertram.lobert@activ8.net.au

This is a Strathbogie Ranges CMN project. This project was funded with the support of the Victorian Government.

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