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Feral Animal Monitoring and Management

A series of three webinars and short videos will be produced covering feral predator control and monitoring and protecting poultry from predators. The webinars will be supported with online information. As part of this project, our members will be able to borrow wildlife cameras to monitor feral predators on their property.

The webinars are due to commence in February 2021 and the videos will be available on the website. 

This project is supported by South East Local Land Services.

  • 10 Mar 2021 4:36 PM | Alex James (Administrator)

    The Small Farms Network Capital Region Trail Camera Loan Program is an initiative to provide financial members of the network short term access to high quality wildlife cameras to use on their properties.  These cameras will help you monitor wildlife and feral animal activities day and night.  The hire period is two weeks, which can be extended if there is no one on the waiting list.

    The hire fee is $30, with a $50 deposit which is refunded when the camera is returned. You will need to pay cash for the deposit and hire fee when you pick up the camera. 

    You must read the terms and condition of the camera loan program here before getting a camera.

    You can hire a trail camera by contacting Alice by email. Once you have booked a loan camera your name will be added to the list and you will be contacted with more details.

    Instructions on how to use a wildlife camera have been provided by Alice McGlashan. Follow the links below for more information.

    Download a written Instruction Sheet

    Watch the YouTube Video 

    Feral Predator Monitoring Workshop Summary 

    You can record your feral animal sightings on the FeralScan website.

    If you are not a financial member of the network, we would love you to join. Membership costs just $22 for the financial year. Find out about membership here

    The Small Farms Network Capital Region Camera Loan Program is funded by: 

    and South East Local Land Services.

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Small Farms Network Capital Region Inc
PO Box 313
Bungendore
NSW 2621

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