Why not “Spend a day with marine wildlife experts” at IndigiScapes and Wellington Point as part of the Peaks to Points Festival!
The Peaks to Points Festival is a celebration of the diverse environments we have from the peaks to the points! Join organisations from Brisbane Southside, Ipswich, Logan and Redland who are conducting over forty hands-on activities during the two weeks of the festival.
WQCCS and WQ Bayside Branch will be at IndigiScapes in the morning and at Wellington Point in the afternoon of Saturday 16th July. If you’d like to join in, book now as places are limited.
The Morning Seminar will update attendees on Wildlife Queensland’s monitoring programs conducted in the peaks to points corridor – quolls, platypus and gliders – by WQ Project Manager Matt Cecil; the seagrass and mangrove monitoring programs in and around Moreton Bay by WQCCS Project Manager Simon Baltais; and Michael Lusis, UQ Masters Research Scientist will have us questioning if Moreton Bay is worthy of World Heritage status.
The Afternoon Sessions at Wellington Point will involve an introduction to seagrass monitoring in Moreton Bay by Wildlife Queensland Coastal Citizen Science Officers and a guided walk to King Island led my Michael Lusis.
Check out the Morning Seminar Program here
Read the Redland City Bulletin article here
Find out more about the Peaks to Points Festival activities here