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Brisbane biodiversity seminar series − backyard biodiversity

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Belmont Services Bowls Club

20 Narracott Street

Carina, QLD 4152

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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.

Join special guest speakers, Professor Darryl Jones, ecologist Stefan Hattingh and local bushcarer Heather Barnes to hear about Brisbane urban bird behaviours, gliders in suburban settings and White Hill Reserve biodiversity preservation.


For more information, phone Andrew Wills, Creek Catchment Officer on 3407 0215 or email CCPPevents@Brisbane.qld.gov.au

Bookings close at 5pm on Tuesday 1 May 2018.

Thank you for helping to keep Brisbane the most biodiverse capital city in Australia.

Event schedule:

6pm: Registrations/supper

6.30-7pm: Heather Barnes will showcase the fantastic work done by Whites Hill Bushcare Group to preserve biodiversity in this inner city area, followed by questions and answers (Q&A).

7-7.45pm: Stefan Hattingh will present on gliders in suburban settings and what to look out for in your backyard, followed by Q&A.

7.45-8.30pm: Professor Daryl Jones will provide some fascinating insights into Brisbane urban bird behaviours that were uncovered in researching his new book The Birds at My Table, followed by Q&A.

8.30pm: Event end

Please advise of any special dietary requirements at the time of booking.




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