When: Saturday 21 September 9:00am to 11.30am
Where: Redland City Council Indigiscapes Bushland Centre 17 Runnymede Road, Capalaba.
Our two keynote speakers are:
- Ms Karen Touchie, Queensland Campaigner, The Wilderness Society
- Dr Don Sands, Honorary Fellow, CSIRO Ecosystem Sciences
Ms Touchie will speak about the values of Cape York and our Wild Rivers of Western Queensland and The Wilderness Society campaign to ensure these areas are protected into the future.
Dr Sands will reflect upon the status of Queensland’s endangered insect species, including the importance of species such as butterflies, moths and dragonflies – indicators of healthy ecosystems.
Everyone is welcome to attend our free biodiversity month seminar. Click here to read more.
Listen to two excellent presentations about the campaigns and research being undertaken to protect our magnificent wildlife and glorious habitat areas.
Hear about the changes to State and Federal environmental legislation.
Register your interest
The seminar is hosted by the Bayside Branch of Wildlife Queensland. Turn up at 9:00am. Register your interest with Michael Lusis, Vice-President, to firstname.lastname@example.org