Bandi-Cam captures cute critters

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While monitoring local bushland areas, the City of Swan’s Bushland Regeneration team have spotted a number of cute critters.

The ‘Bandi-Cam’ was installed in Gidgegannup to monitor native bushland and help the team learn more about the kinds of animals in the area.

The camera has captured a few different species including a quenda, also known as a southern brown bandicoot, lizards, snakes, scrub wrens and more.

The Bandi-Cam provides valuable data on the species living in the local bushland areas.

With this information, the Bushland Regeneration team can understand how best to support native animal species by planting more trees or shrubs to provide food and shelter for our furry, feathered and scaly friends.

Head to the City of Swan Facebook to see the footage for yourself!

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