SHARK CELEBRATION NIGHT Fri .May 3rd at 6:pm

Whale Shark photo Simon Allen

AT MERIMBULA WHARF Restaurant

Guye Richards will tell us about these living

dinosaurs, our local sharks – where and how

they live. Stroke a sharkskin, handle an eggcase

and watch exciting film and

images.

“People should know that

sharks are critical to our planet.

Grey Nurse Shark             photo  Bill Barker

“They are amazing creatures

with many unique sensory

attributes.”

Learn about sharks and then pit your

wits against each other – fishy prizes to be won. This

evening will be fun for the whole family.

Tickets

$20:00 including great finger food.

Places limited so please book your place early

call Alan on 6495 0917

 

 

Rockpool Research sessions with Patrick Tegart

Friday April 5th Bermagui Fisherman’s Wharf  – Rockpool Research – come and hear a presentation by Patrick Tegart about his honours research with UTS studying vagrant tropical fish in rockpools south of Sydney and the importance of intertidal habitats. Bermagui Fishermen’s Wharf Boardroom (First Floor) 7:30pm

 

Saturday April 6th Bermagui – Rockpool workshop – Patrick will show us how rockpool underwater monitoring can be undertaken to give best results. Location TBC Saturday morning near Bermagui (register interest with Libby)

 

NCMG training with GoPro cameras at NaroomaDave Harasti locating the underwater camera & bait

A Fungi Foray

Are you interested in learning more about Fungi? 

Teresa van Der Heul will be leading a Fungi Foray at Bodalla Forest Park on Tuesday April 16th from 10:00am to 2:30pm.

Teresa has studied the local Fungi for 18 years.  She will help you find and identify different species of fungi which can be seen at this time of year. Teresa says, “I am looking forward to sharing my passion with others”.

Your sightings will be added to the Atlas of Life in the Coastal Wilderness, our 10 year biodiversity project.

If you are interested in taking part, please contact Liz Allen tel: 0481 383 735 or email turalizzie@gmail.com to register your interest and receive details of the event and what to bring. Spaces are limited.