test: Come and discover who is living on your land!
Our Who’s living on my Land? (WLOML) citizen science survey engages landholders to use infrared motion detection cameras to document the native and pest species living on their properties. Images taken during the two-week survey are sent back to NPA's Citizen Science Officers who identify the species and then send a report back to the participants listing what was found. However, due to a large response of participants, our officers need assistance identifying fauna.
The survey aims to fill a gap in data of species living or crossing private land in NSW. ‘WildCount’ run by the National Parks and Wildlife Service (NPWS), records species on public land. WLOML provides valuable baseline information for measuring change in the landscape and helps to build a comprehensive picture of our biodiversity.
WLOML is supported by a grant from the Foundation for National Parks and Wildlife, with funding from the NSW Environmental Trust.Read more »