Citizen Science Project Launch

Saturday, 10 March 2018 | 02:00 PM to 05:00 PM

Bald Hill powerful owl

Find out how you can become involved in Citizen Science Project, an exciting two year project to help protect the threatened greater glider, powerful owl and brush-tailed phascogale.

Senior Threatened Species officer from the Office of Environment and Heritage NSW Dr Todd Soderquist will be sharing his knowledge gleaned from over twenty years of researching and tagging powerful owls and phascogales.

 Also presenting will be Dr Ross Goldingay, an expert on gliders from Southern Cross University and editor of Australian Mammalogy. Ross has pioneered a successful method for gliders to cross major roads safely.

 Jess Lawton from Latrobe University, who is currently conducting research on phascogales in central Victoria will also be on hand to share her extensive knowledge.

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When

  • Saturday, 10 March 2018 | 02:00 PM - 05:00 PM

Location

Newham Mechanics Institute, 1292 Rochford Road, Newham 3442  View Map

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