This image of glider sightings has been compiled from sightings reported from residents along Camp Cable Waterford Tamborine Road and Hotz Road as part of the VETO survey from March to June 2010.
The blue marker represents feather tail glider sightings. The aqua marker represents sugar glider, squirrel glider or general glider sightings.
The aqua marker with the star represent the greater glider sightings. The yellow markers represent residents who reported wildlife sightings but did not report glider sightings. There was a total of 50 residents (mostly directly affected and some indirectly affected) so far who have reported these results to VETO.
This image with the VETO willdlife sightings from the surveys conducted from March to June 2010. Some are current sightings and some are historic sightings. There are a total of 50 residents surveyed so far (mostly directly affected and some non directly affected) . The red markers represent koala sightings reported by residents . The yellow markers represent residents who did not report seeing or hearing koalas on their property.
The use of digital tools available for us all now - as and when we learn how to use these webtools - are an essential piece of out activist - advocacy toolkit. Photos maps aerial images from Google Earth or NearMap can help us support our efforts to secure ecologically sustainable development.
Business as usual is not acceptable for us now, our children and future children.