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Camera Traps – March 2024

Camera Traps - March 2024 accrued 37-cassowary sightings, 17-dingoes and 174-feral pigs.  Against the cumulative monthly average, cassowary numbers fell by 66%, dingoes also decreased by 57%, but feral-pig numbers grew by 10%.  Against March 2023, cassowaries were 64% fewer, dingo numbers plummeted by 86% and feral-pigs also dropped by 25%. Image highlights from March 2024

Camera Traps – March 20242024-04-17T18:15:38+10:00

Camera Traps – February 2024

Camera Traps - February 2024 accrued 118-cassowary sightings, 27-dingoes and 200-feral pigs.  Against the cumulative monthly average, cassowary numbers rose by 8%, dingoes decreased by 33% and feral-pig numbers grew by 27%.  Against February 2023, cassowaries were 65% fewer, dingo numbers fell by 73% and feral-pigs rose by 35%. Image highlights from February 2023

Camera Traps – February 20242024-03-11T12:54:22+10:00

Camera Traps – January 2024

Camera Traps - January 2024 accrued 108-cassowaries, 50-dingoes and 182-feral pigs.  Against the cumulative monthly average, cassowary numbers fell by 1%, dingoes increased by 24% and feral-pig numbers grew by 57%.  Against January 2023, cassowaries were 66%-down, dingoes were 47% down and feral-pig soared by 230%. Image highlights from January

Camera Traps – January 20242024-02-26T20:44:53+10:00

2023 ANNUAL REPORT

2023 ANNUAL REPORT Daintree Rainforest Foundation LTD maintains the Daintree Rainforest Fund, to protect, conserve, present, rehabilitate and transmit Wet Tropics World Heritage values to present and future generations, through long-term dedicated inhabitancy, research and presentation expertise. Cumulative knowledge of the World Heritage ecosystem and its management are documented and regularly published.  In contrast with the majority of charities campaigning to 'Save the

2023 ANNUAL REPORT2024-02-21T09:38:16+10:00

Camera Traps – 2023

CAMERA TRAPS - 2023 Daintree Rainforest Camera Trap Project As a part of its long-term Daintree Rainforest Camera Trap Project, 2023 accrued 1,696-cassowary sightings, 992-dingoes and 3,562-feral-pigs.  In terms of cumulative monthly averages, cassowary numbers increased by 29% to 109, dingo numbers grew by 105% to 40 and feral-pigs also increased by 90% to 156 sightings per month.  In comparison with 2022,

Camera Traps – 20232024-01-14T13:19:28+10:00

Camera Traps – December 2023

Camera Traps - December 2023 accrued 121-cassowaries, 27-dingoes and 218-feral pigs.  Against the cumulative monthly average, cassowary numbers fell by 23%, dingoes also dropped by 33%, whilst feral-pig numbers rose by 40%.  Against December 2022, cassowary numbers fell by 50%, dingo sightings also diminished by 55%, but feral-pig numbers increased by 151%. Image highlights from December 2023

Camera Traps – December 20232024-01-14T14:51:57+10:00

Camera Traps – November 2023

Camera Traps - November 2023 accrued 108-cassowaries, 35-dingoes and 145-feral pigs.  Against the cumulative monthly average, cassowary numbers rose by 65%, whilst dingo numbers fell by 13% and feral-pig numbers dropped by 98%.  Against November 2022, cassowary sightings increased by 186%, dingo numbers grew by 67% and feral-pig sightings also increased by 104%. Image highlights from Camera Traps - November 2023

Camera Traps – November 20232023-12-04T15:47:17+10:00

Camera Traps – October 2023

Camera Traps - October 2023 accrued 54-cassowaries, 27-dingoes and 484-feral pigs.  Against the cumulative monthly average, cassowary numbers fell by 50%, as did dingo numbers by 34%, whereas feral-pig numbers soared by 312%.  Against October 2022, cassowary sightings rose by 22%, dingo numbers increased by 12.5%, whilst did feral-pigs exploded by 537%. Image highlights from Camera Traps - October 2023

Camera Traps – October 20232023-11-05T06:19:33+10:00

Camera Traps – September 2023

Camera Traps - September 2023 accrued 28-cassowaries, 81-dingoes and 550-feral pigs.  Against the cumulative monthly average, cassowary numbers fell by 74%, whilst dingoes rose by 198% and feral-pig numbers exploded by 372%.  Against September 2022, cassowary sightings were 51% fewer, dingo numbers soared by 476%, as did feral-pigs by a whopping 1,410%. Image highlights from Camera Traps - September 2023

Camera Traps – September 20232023-10-23T07:23:30+10:00

Camera Traps – August 2023

Camera Traps - August 2023 accrued 73-cassowary sightings, 100-dingoes and 357-feral pigs.  Against the cumulative monthly average, cassowary numbers fell by 34%, whilst dingo-sightings rose by 250% and feral-pig numbers also grew by 258%.  Against August 2022, cassowary sightings were 13% fewer, dingo numbers soared by 454%, as did feral-pigs by a whopping 567%. Image highlights from Camera Traps - August 2023

Camera Traps – August 20232023-09-06T11:39:50+10:00

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