Organiser: Nangak Tamboree Wildlife Sanctuary
Come and help us monitor the arboreal mammals, birds and bats that utilise the nest boxes and natural tree hollows throughout the Nangak Tamboree Wildlife Sanctuary.
It's easy! Each volunteer will be allocated a tree or ‘stag’ to watch for one hour at sunset and will record any animals they observe emerging or entering nest boxes and hollows. This valuable data helps our biodiversity staff to monitor native animal populations, nest box usage and peak activity times in the Sanctuary.
Registrations are essential and numbers are limited.
We recommend that you bring a mask to wear indoors and when you can not socially distance.
If you feel unwell, are a close contact, or awaiting test results, please do not attend.
Participants are no longer required to show proof of COVID-19 vaccination or check in via the Service Victoria app.
What animals will we see?
We are a true wildlife sanctuary so all animals within the Sanctuary are wild and free to move around; as such, we can not guarantee that you will see any wildlife.
How much walking is there?
This will vary as volunteers will be spread throughout the sanctuary. Let us know if walking long distances is difficult for you. We can place you at a tree near the entrance.
What do I need to bring?
Please dress appropriately for the weather (eg. appropriate footwear, warm clothes and a spray jacket) and pre-apply mosquito repellent. You may also want to bring a chair to sit on.
Do I need a torch?
Only red-light torches are allowed.
Can children attend this event?
We welcome children to explore the Sanctuary with us. However, please be aware that the purpose of this event is to spot wildllife. This will require the group to remain quiet as they stake out under the tree.
What happens if it rains?
Wildlife don't tend to mind a little bit of rain, so the Stagwatch will go ahead even if light showers are expected. We may cancel the tour in extreme weather conditions (eg. high winds or heavy rainfall); we will contact you directly if this occurs.
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