Atlas inaugural Science Forum December 13 & 14

 

Attaching a transmitter collar to a dingo in Nadgee NR 1974

Look left and click on the Forum 2012 button to get all the details. Our first science forum is now organised and well underway. You can see detailed background information about all our stellar presenters,  and there is a downloadable Brochure and Registration form.

The two days of the forum  are crammed with fascinating presentations and there will be two plenary sessions where you can join with the scientist to discuss the value of long term research projects and how modern technologies can help  community naturalists make valid observations.

We are having our Celebration Dinner on Friday 14th in Merimbula . This is very close to Christmas, so why not get a group together and have your celebration with us?

Our after dinner speaker is the well known and much respected Professor Harry Recher.

Field trips are being organised for the week-end, with seaweed on saturday and Heath and Moorland visits still in the planning stage – details to be announced shortly. Do let us know if you are interested.

 

7 replies
  1. chris nimmo
    chris nimmo says:

    Hi,
    I’m a member of the Eurobodalla nature coast marine group and would like to attend the science forum on 13/14 December.
    Thank you.
    Chris Nimmo

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    • Libby Hepburn
      Libby Hepburn says:

      Hi Chris,
      You are the first person to note your interest – thank you. I will start the list and make sure I email you when we have finalised the details – probably end October,
      Cheers,
      Libby

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  2. Kirsten Vine
    Kirsten Vine says:

    i too am interested in coming. I am botanist & bush regenerator working on the south coast who is passionate about getting better access to research by others especially volunteers who do most enviro work

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