WILDLIFE CITIZEN SCIENCE FORUM – 27 February 2018

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Photo: Meredith Foley

WEPA is excited to announce that it is co-sponsoring a free Wildlife Citizen Science Forum on Tuesday 27 February at the Royal Botanic Gardens. Book soon as places are going fast! See the link at the end of this post.

Presenters include Dr John Martin – ‘Hollows as Homes’ and other projects; Dr Manu Saunders from the ‘Wild Pollinator Count’; Dr Holly Parsons from the ‘Aussie Backyard Bird Count’ and Dr Beth Mott from the ‘Powerful Owl Project’. Other projects showcased include ‘Scoop a Poop’ and ‘Water Dragons of Sydney’.

Citizen Science projects are a way for you to contribute to the science of environmental conservation. The forum, which is co-sponsored by Willoughby, Mosman and Lane Cove Councils and WEPA, will introduce some of the key local citizen science programs and include practical sessions to get you started.

The community members’ session will run from 9:00 – 12 and Environmental Educators and Managers will meet from 9:00 – 2:30.

Bookings are essential at https://wildlifecitizenscience.eventbrite.com.au/

 

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