We have just confirmed our return to Tassy. We will be flying into Launceston in early March. The main mission of this trip is to recover the cameras that have been operating (hopefully) for the last six months. The benefit of leaving them for this amount of time is that the locations should not have been compromised by human intrusion. It is quite clear to us that any remaining Thylacines will not tolerate residing in the same areas as human activity, so that the longer an area is vacated by such activity, the better.
With the amount of equipment left in the field we should have a lot of data to sift though and analyze. We will of course be looking for any physical evidence of Thylacine activity in the recovery areas.
Look for more details and updates here as we approach March.