Malleefowl mound monitoring training (Mt Hope)

Do you know how to identify a Malleefowl mound? Would you like to learn about Malleefowl, their amazing nests (mounds) and how to monitor them? 

Volunteers are needed to help monitor over 750 mounds across NSW — this is your chance to get involved and make a difference! 

Western Local Land Services is hosting a training event for those interested in helping preserve one of Australia's most unique native birds. 

See how on ground monitoring is carried out utilising the latest technology and techniques, and learn how you can support the national monitoring effort. 

Participants will be heading out into the bush on both days to conduct some monitoring which will be an exciting and rewarding activity for the participants, particularly those new to monitoring. 

COVID-19 considerations 

Due to COVID-19 restrictions, some of the training will be held online. This will take place on 28 October between 9-11 am. If you are unable to access Microsoft Teams please contact Andrea to make other arrangements.  

RSVP to Andrea by 27 October.

When
4 Nov 2020 - 5 Nov 2020

Region

Western

Where

Royal Mail Hotel
Mt Hope

Contact
Andrea Cashmere
Land Services Officer
(02) 6967 2880
andrea.cashmere@lls.nsw.gov.au

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