Carpentaria Land Council Aboriginal Corporation (CLCAC)

INLOC instructor Paul Boag conducted 5 days of training in applying animal trappings techniques as well as plant and animal observation and reporting. This was a blended training program across the week, with ranger patrols being conducted from Monday to Friday with the checking of traps and cameras. This gave ranger teams a better understanding of the normality patterns with the local wildlife and feral animal population.

Paul Boag and Xavier George setting up a scout camera to observe the wildlife at night

Funnel traps prepped and camouflaged to look like a log for small animals to take shelter in at night.

Roberta Casey and Kelean Logan prepping a scout camera and take away point with the GPS to its location.

The team setting up the pitfall traps out at Mutton Hole wetlands.

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