Want to be a rabbit mapper?

johnboy 8 November 2011 5

rabbit map

Territory And Municipal Services is calling for volunteers to join the friends of Mount Majura in mapping rabbits along the Mount Majura and Mount Ainslie Nature Reserves.

“Parkcare volunteers have begun preparations for rabbit control and we will be looking for additional volunteers in coming months to assist in a rabbit mapping program,” said Stephen Hughes, Manager, National Parks, Reserves and Rural Land.

“Volunteers are given training in locating and identifying active rabbit warrens, recording their location using a GPS and marking each site. Data will then be collated to produce maps of each area which will be an invaluable resource for control work early next year.

Registration is tonight from 6-7pm at the Phillip Avenue entrance to the Mount Ainslie Nature Park.

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5 Responses to Want to be a rabbit mapper?
KB1971 KB1971 4:43 pm 09 Nov 11

Only if they let me trap a feed. Too many people to go shooting in there.

Watson Watson 4:20 pm 09 Nov 11

My dog wants to know if she can apply?

johnboy johnboy 4:11 pm 09 Nov 11

Due to last night;s heavy rain they’ve announced a second information night tomorrow night.

Pandy Pandy 9:36 pm 08 Nov 11

The rabbit apocalypse is upon us!!!

Need to use thermobaric weapons on them. It is the only way to be sure.

LSWCHP LSWCHP 9:19 pm 08 Nov 11

I’d prefer to be a rabbit shooter rather than a rabbit mapper.

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