2pm Friday 15 June to 10am Monday 18 June 2018
(date subject to weather forecast- may need to adjust)
Venue; Balijup Farm, 861 Nunijup Road, Tenterden, near Cranbrook.
You are invited to participate in a weekend of Bandicoot and Phascogale trapping and other environmental monitoring on Balijup, a special property forming part of the Gondwana Link conservation program.
No cost- but need to supply own food/camping equipment. Come for all or part of the event. Participants will camp around Balijup homestead and using the facilities there.
Participants will work with Merryn Pryor of the Conservation Council of WA, wildlife biologist Joe Porter, Basil Schur and/or Tony Peterson of Green Skills and others on a range of citizen science monitoring activities at and near Balijup farm including bandicoot re-trapping, phascogale monitoring & bushland surveying.
Green Skills has established a 111ha fenced fauna conservation sanctuary in Wandoo & Jarrah forest at Balijup ( see https://chuffed.org/project/balijup)
For further information and registration: contact Basil Schur at Green Skills Denmark 98483310 or 0429481019 Email [email protected]
The event is part of Green Skills wetland conservation activities supported through the State Natural Resource Management program. This project is made possible by the State Government’s Royalties for Regions program. This project has also been supported by the Conservation Council of WA, Bush Heritage Australia and the Gillamii Centre.