Brisbane Biodiversity Seminar - Citizen Science

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The Brisbane Biodiversity Seminars present guest speakers on the city's unique plant and animal species and other environmental topics.

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Join us for our first on-line Brisbane Biodiversity Seminar.

Brisbane City Council is committed to keeping Brisbane clean, green and sustainable, and values your help to protect more than 2500 plant and animal species that make Brisbane the most biodiverse capital city in Australia.

Guest speaker, Alex Vanek from the Bulimba Creek Catchment Coordinating Committee School (B4C) will present on an innovative app developed to record road kill of native animals across the city and help identify key locations for potential wildlife movement projects.

Jutta Godwin  will discuss opportunities to be involved in the upcoming Brisbane's Big Butterfly Count, an exciting initiative of the Brisbane Catchments Network.

Event schedule:

  • 6.30pm: Welcome
  • 6.40 -7.10 pm: Alex Vanek 
  • 7.15 - 7.45pm: Jutta Godwin
  • 8.00pm: Event end.

Bookings close at 12.00 noon on Tuesday 13 October 2020

For more information, email the Community Conservation Partnership Program team.

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