Past Workshops

Berry “Who’s living on my land?” Workshop

Twenty two people came along to the Berry “Who’s living on my land?” workshop at the Berry Showgrounds on the 5/March. This is the second time that “Who’s living on my land?” has run a wildlife survey in the Berry area (first one was in 2013) and half of the landholders participated in both workshops. Highlights from the survey include Boxing Eastern Grey Kangaroos and a Grey Goshawk!

Photo highlights from Berry

You can read a detailed results on the Berry ‘Who’s living on my land?’ workshop in our Berry 2016 report

Pambula “Who’s living on my WETLAND?” Workshop

We teamed up with the South East Wetland Carers Network for world wetland day on the 2nd of February for a “Who’s living on my land?” workshop at the beautiful Panboola Wetlands and Heritage Project. We modified the “Who’s living on my land?” workshop to focus on surveying for wetland species – and 4 landholders took part in the project  in addition to Panboola Wetlands.

Photo highlights from Pambula


Craigie ‘Who’s living on my land?’ workshop

‘Who’s living on my land?’ teamed up with Kosciuszko to Coast to deliver a workshop in the tiny village of Craigie in the Monaro Tablelands. Landholders from twelve properties participated in the workshop and generated 37,488 photographs of 48 species. Highlights included the Spotted-Tailed Quoll and the Flame Robin!

Photos from Craigie:

High Range “Who’s living on my land?” workshop

We braved the Southern Highlands’ wet weather and ran a successful workshop in High Range with landholders from 16 properties. We identified twenty-five species from 14,799 photographs, the highlight being a blurry photo of an Australian Dingo!