Part five of the biodiversity project has bunny-hopped the Toolibin Lake guide, but coincided with the state government's announcement to build a 1000km 'rabbit proof fence' (read cat and fox proof fence) around Dryandra Woodland, one of the last remaining habitats of the numbat in Australia. Sean Van Alphen and I discussed this guide for a while, and did a trial in social media circles which was really well received. Sean's photos are fantastic, and his techniques for spotting numbat are evocative. He has worked with Australian Geographic, ABC, and The Guardian, and has probably spotted more numbats in the wild than many DPaW staff. Cool animal based project which was fun to design.
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