Three Sugar Glider nest boxes were installed in June and July 2020 and monitored for activity.
Two possum boxes were installed a month later at the western end of the park.
Sugar Gliders, Ring Tailed and Brush Tailed Possums were caught on the remote sensor camera borrowed from MRSC.
In October, William Terry from the MRSC Environment Department visited with a pole camera which showed Sugar Gliders were at home in one of the boxes.
Up-to-date remote cameras need to be purchased to monitor the animal population over time.