Are you coming to the Mammal Muster!
Join the upcoming Citizens For Refuge Ecology (C4RE) Camp! Learn about and record the diversity of mammals at Dangerbridge Private Nature Refuge, a beautiful private property just outside Noosa and home to Noosa Landcare’s recent Koala Carbon Habitat Restoration Project.
Come for the day or roll out your swag under a canopy of stars and help Queensland Trust for Nature (QTFN) build a better understanding of biodiversity values in our state’s AMAZING Nature Refuge network.
Novices to experts, students to elders, lone wolves to families, everyone is welcome!
Activities include everything you need to know about monitoring and appreciating mammals, all topped off with dinner around the camp fire in the evening.
QTFN offer both day and weekend tickets for your convenience. Join them on the weekend of July 22-23 for the full experience, or choose a day ticket that suits your schedule. Event program below.
To learn more about the Mammal Muster and what to expect, plus to grab your ticket today, visit here.
The C4RE program is made possible through support from the Queensland Government Koala Habitat Restoration Partnerships Program, Office of the Chief Scientist of Queensland, University of Queensland, and volunteers.
Photos and wording adapted from Queensland Trust For Nature content.