The WWF in conjunction with Greening Australia has set up motion sensors on cameras in Northam, WA, about 100km west of Perth. Have a look at the video below to see what they have found.
From the WWF site;
“WWF staff have been using motion-triggered cameras (better known as camera traps) to capture images of a range of wildlife, including seldom-seen animals. The Healthy Bushland team has found that camera traps are creating new interest and passion amongst landholders, and are helping to show just how important it is to preserve these valuable remnants of bushland in WA’s wheatbelt.”
What fantastic animals! I have only seen Echidnas in the zoo or at Healsville Sanctuary. The video may only be 41 seconds, but it made an impact on me!