Spotlightlighting 7:00pm – 8:30pm (RSVP essential) Join us for an evening walk spotlighting for animals big and small. We hope to see arboreal animals in the trees but also looking for reptiles and invertebrates on the ground. Bring your quiet voices and good listening skills!
Star Presentation 9:00pm – 10:00 (RSVP not required) After the spotlighting activity you are welcome to join us to be entertained by Nathan providing an informative talk on the Stars, looking at both the scientific and human perception of stars over time. Bring warm clothing, a beanie and a blanket.
This is an outdoor event on a bush trail with steps, walking over uneven ground and on hilly terrain. You will be on your feet for a few hours. Please be self sufficient with snacks, water and suitable clothing for a variety of weather conditions and as the evening cools. Strong spotlights provided but please bring a head or hand torch per person.
Bookings essential for the spotlighting. Location details provided in confirmation letter
Greater Glider found on the Mt Wilson Fauna Survey
Last weekend we had the Mt Wilson Fauna Survey Workshop and Spotlight. We were incredibly lucky to see three greater gliders, a threatened species and the Anabat detector also recorded a threatened species, the Eastern Bentwing Bat!
Despite the cold, we had a great turnout of people and animals…..