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Science: surveys and research at Curramore
At Curramore, AWC measures a suite of indicators of ecological health by undertaking fauna surveys comprising of more than 2,000 live traps nights, at least 700 camera trap nights and spotlighting surveys.
Previous research projects at the sanctuary have included investigation of the response of diurnal reptiles to the removal of lantana, and the genetics of the spiny crayfish (Euastacus sp.) living in Little Cedar Creek.