Archive for month: August, 2017
See https://www.eventbrite.com.au/d/australia–earlwood/merimbula-star-hair/ for all details and to book your place. Numbers limited.
Here is a great opportunity for volunteers to join field trips to Broughton Island (North of Newcastle) to help a research project studying the impacts of climate change on frogs and their habitats. The study was started in 1998 and looks at frogs, tadpoles and the changes in their habitats.
There are five trips between September 2017 and April 2018. Anyone interested should read the attached information and contact Professor Graham Pyke Graham.Pyke@uts.edu.au 0408-474-021
Detailed information about the trip:
Thanks to Danie for the information. I suggest anyone who is interested also let us know and see if Atlas friends can travel together.
We recently discovered a couple living and recording the Atlas of Life philosophy beautifully in our region and think you will enjoy seeing it too.
Life in a Southern Forest … a detailed, ongoing look at the plants, animals and their myriad interactions within a patch of forest on the far south coast. Scroll through the photo galleries – birds, plants, invertebrates and other animals – and follow the photo-blogs of two biologists immersed in the forest life.