Dr Ryan Witt to present findings from koala and dingo drone surveys in Tea Gardens – News Of The Area
WILDLIFE conservation scientist Dr Ryan Witt from the University of Newcastle has recently been commissioned by the National Parks and Wildlife Service to carry out drone surveys for koalas and dingoes in the Myall Lakes National Park and in parts of Hawks Nest.
The drones use thermal imaging to identify animal body heat when flying precise transects across wooded areas.
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This method of surveying is far more productive than traditional techniques, permitting much larger areas to be surveyed in a given time.
Dr Witt has agreed to present to the community his preliminary findings from the surveys in Tea Gardens on Thursday 1 September.
He will show photographs and videos of the process from 2 to 3 pm in the Silver…