Bush geeks!

Published 22 Nov 2016 
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Angela Sanders and Jane Thompson using the new fauna trapping module during the annual fauna surveys in south-west WA. Photo: Meredith Spencer.<br/> Angela Sanders and Jane Thompson using the new fauna trapping module during the annual fauna surveys in south-west WA. Photo: Meredith Spencer.

This week Bush Heritage Ecologist Angela Sanders led the annual fauna survey in the Fitz-Stirling Reserves. Angela was really chuffed to be able to use our efficient new data capture method.

Data from the surveys was captured directly onto tablets – resulting in a huge reduction in time spent on data entry post-survey.

This technology makes field-data capture more efficient and storage of data more robust. This method also allows more regular analysis and adaptation of plans, communication of progress and reporting impact.

Plus - it's a lot of fun for bush geeks!

Angela Sanders and Jane Thompson using the new fauna trapping module during the annual fauna surveys in south-west WA. Photo: Meredith Spencer.<br/> Angela Sanders and Jane Thompson using the new fauna trapping module during the annual fauna surveys in south-west WA. Photo: Meredith Spencer.