After an introduction to the reserve, it was off to the Snook and the very windswept North Shore. Here we looked at site signage and a new exciting prototype virtual reality app that has been developed again with Leader funding. The prototype has an interactive map with pop up information and virtual images of things that are harder to see when visiting the reserve, such as the wealth of marine life which surrounds the island.
In the afternoon there was a lively debate on how to best protect the species and habitats to be found on the reserve, some very different approaches were highlighted and new perspectives were gained all round.
Jo explaining more about the Reserve on the breezy North Shore
Looking at the Reserve signage on the Snook