BASS Coast Landcare Network and Trust For Nature are teaming up to run an interesting field day at one of the best pieces or remnant bushland in the Kernot/Woodleigh region on Friday, April 29.
The results of infrared camera traps that have been recently placed out in this piece of bushland will be shown.
“We will also be explain how you can monitor the fauna on your own property, fire management, trust for nature covenants, the Melbourne Water stream frontage program and how to recognise tracks and scats of native wildlife and pest animals,” Bass Coast Landcare Network’s Dave Bateman said.
This event is free and has a barbecue lunch provided starting at 10am finishing around 1pm.
The field day is the first of a series of field days that forms the Bass Coast Landcare Network’s vegetation management course.
This event has been made possible through funding from the Australian Government’s Biodiversity Fund and National Landcare Program.
Please RSVP for catering purposes to firstname.lastname@example.org or 0488 399 151.
Fauna monitoring and camera trapping day