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2012 Annual Trapping 

Staff and volunteers of Arid Recovery in Roxby Downs are gearing up for the Arid Recovery Annual Trapping event.

From Monday February 20 until Friday February 24 the program focuses on small mammals and reptiles and is integral to much of the science at Arid Recovery.

Beginning in 1998, the small vertebrate trapping at Arid Recovery is one of the longest running programs of its kind in Australia. In 2011 over 1,000 animals, including stripe-faced dunnarts and central knob tailed geckoes, were recorded during the 5 day event.

Arid Recovery will be sharing the Annual Trapping experience with the public through the following avenues:

Special thanks to the following organisations who have supported the 2012 Arid Recovery Annual Trapping event: