Jakob taking samples This is my brother, Jakob, helping to collect samples. Photographed in Narooma.
Using a sieve to do a Soldier Crab count
Science Week at Green Cape Lighthouse.
Professor Vic (from Perth) is teaching Isobelle how to use the Theodolite to mark out a transact for the Soldier Crab Survey at Bermagui.
Prof Vic hard at work
Mill Beach rock pool outing
Lyn is also being guided by Prof Vic. He was very interested in teaching our group how to conduct scientific surveys.
Occy, occy, occy Michael describing a cryptic octopus at “Teararse Corner” 2013
Getting a close look Vesna at Camel Rock rockpool survey
Misty Morning (or Three Old Wives in the Bruce Steer Pool)
The Green & Golden Bell frog has undergone significant population decline in the last 20 years. This image was taken by myself using an iPhone during monitoring of a population in 2012 whereby the number of individuals were recorded, animals were measured and weighed, and swaps to test for Chytridiomycosis fungus were collected
I couldn’t resist the opportunity of capturing my wife, Linda Sass at work photographing this Jacky Dragon in Bournda National Park during a recent study on fire and reptiles. This image was taken with a Canon EOS 500D, F/7.1, 1/320 sec exposure, ISO 100, at 150mm Focal Length with no flash