Tassie Citizen Science, Masked Owl Habitat Surveys 2017

Tassie Citizen Science - Ground Truthing the forest homes of our threatened species


Do you want to help protect the habitat of the masked owl, swift parrot, spotted tail quoll and other threatened species living in the forests of the east coast of Tasmania?  If you do, please join our team of volunteer citizen scientists and survey these threatened forests. You will volunteer with a group of like-minded people in some of the most beautiful forests on the planet and at the same time help protect the homes of the threatened animals that rely on them for their existence.

Our first “Ground Truthing” survey activity will take place close to the Douglas Apsley National Park this May 11.  Register your interest now and RSVP to the event below.

What: Citizen Science - Masked Owl Habitat Survey

When: Thursday May 11

Where: East Coast forests near Douglas Apsley National Park

Register: email liz.johnstone@wilderness.org.au and rsvp below.



May 11, 2017 at 9am - 5pm
Out the back of St Helens
Falmouth, TAS 7215
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Liz Johnstone · · 0448 678 897

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