From 2 April - 3 June, 2011
Spend a few hours walking through North Head Sanctuary, a spectacular area of endangered banksia bushland featuring, diverse birdlife, military remnants and magnificent harbour views, to lure and catch bandicoot predators on camera. As a volunteer for Earthwatch Institute Australia, you'll use remote sensor, infrared cameras and scent lures to attract and then film predators across the entire headland, from the urban fringe to deep within the reserve. Volunteers are given a GPS to locate the high-tech cameras, and set the cameras up at new sites. Various dates are offered throughout April, May and June.
Where: North Head, near Manly, Sydney, NSW.
When: Various dates are offered for the one-day sessions between 2 April - 3 June.
Cost: $49, with the fee going towards valuable conservation research.
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