Go Wild for Threatened Species: Cake and Conversations for Conservation

To Celebrate Threatened Species Day, Conservation Volunteers are fundraising for their Wild Futures Programs to support the good work protecting threatened species in South Australia!

Dress in your wildest and most colourful clothing and bring a gold coin donation for morning tea to support the fantastic work of Conservation Volunteers to ensure our unique wildlife has a Wild Future!  

 We are excited to bring you conversations from our local on-the-ground experts in conservation.  Learn about the successes and challenges of managing threatened species in the programs run by Conservation Volunteers Australia, the Conservation Council of SA, and more!

Tricia Curtis State Manager of CVA –  7 Years at Brookfield: Southern Hairy-nose wombats at Brookfield

  • Where’s Wombat? 

Julie Schofield Fauna Officer with Conservation SA –  Mt Lofty Ranges Southern Emu-wren and Fleurieu Peninsula Swamps Recovery Program

  • The Swamp Connection:  Mt Lofty Ranges Southern Emu Wren the new Goldilocks?   And 
  • Possums – pests or pals?    

Danny Rorhlach – Minimal Disturbance Bushcare, Native Habitat Management

  • Bandi-who? The case of bandicoots in SA.
WHEN
September 07, 2015 at 10:30am - 12pm
WHERE
The Joinery
111 Franklin St
Adelaide, SA 5001
Australia
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CONTACT
Frances · · 8212 0777
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