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WHAT'S ON
March 2015
Ongoing
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What's On

Our What's On green diary is a free service to groups and organisations, concerned with the Australian environment and wildlife, that wish to bring their activities to the attention of our readers. Please keep your submissions as brief as possible and be sure to include all necessary contact details.

To advertise here please complete the What's On Submission form.

 
July

Tarkine in Motion Brisbane

60+ artists respond to threatened wilderness through photography, painting, jewellery, film, music and more. With special guest QLD’s first Greens Councillor, Jonathan Sri and Tasmanian photographer, Arwen Dyer.

101-103 Brunswick St, Fortitude Valley

1 – 13 July

More info

WPSQ supports Berrinbah Bushcare

Wildlife Queensland is supporting Berrinbah Wetlands Bushcare to improve habitat for wildlife in Demeio Park. Come along and help us plant native trees!

Demeio Park, Demeio Rd, Marsden

Sunday, 3 July

More info

PlatyCount 2016 surveys

WPSQ’s PlatypusWatch will be surveying creeks in Brisbane in July and August as part of PlatyCount 2016. The surveys will include a creek clean-up (hosted by The Naturally Clean Co) to make certain that PlatyCount 2016 does its share to keep our waterways clean for the benefit of native species. If you are excited to help us find a platypus and clean up a bit of Brisbane, please register your interest now.

Oxley (as part of the Peaks to Point festival)

Redlands

Caboolture


Ipswich


Enoggera

Saturday, 16 July

Saturday, 23 July

Saturday, 30 July

Saturday, 6 August

Saturday, 13 August

Register now

Coast and Marine Wildlife Seminar

Spend a day with coast and marine wildlife experts at this Peaks to Points Festival event run by Wildlife Queensland Bayside Branch. Learn about Quolls in the Corridor, Platypus from Peaks to Points and Gliders, Nest boxes and Possums of Forestdale. Bookings required – secure your place!

Indigiscapes Centre, Runnymede Rd, Capalaba

Saturday, 16 July

Bookings

2016 Queensland Ornithological Conference - register now!

BirdLife Southern Queensland and Birds Queensland are hosting the 2016 Queensland Ornithological Conference (QOC), attracting internationally-recognised speakers including Dr Steve Murphy, Dr Leo Joseph, Dr Gary Fitt and Dr Richard Fuller who will present on topics ranging from the latest discoveries about Night Parrots and Carpentarian Grasswrens to the evolution of Australian birds, current status of Gouldian and Black-throated Finches and the latest shorebird research.

University of Queensland, St Lucia Campus

Saturday, 9 July

More info

September

WPSQ AGM & Southern Branches Get-together

This year's one-day event will be hosted by the Kedron Brook branch. The venue is easily accessible by public transport and car. The program includes AGM and branch highlights, a walk, guest speaker, good food and Your Voice for Your Wildlife Awards.

St Mark's Church Hall, Clayfield

Saturday, 3 September, 8:45am - 4:30pm

Info, registration, etc

ONGOING

Faunawatch Walks

Faunawatch will again be surveying the gardens every 2nd Wed of the month at 8:00 until November. Hopefully you can join us this week or at one of our surveys through the year.

Maroochy Bushland Botanical Gardens, Tanawah

Every 2nd Wednesday of the month

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FaunaWatch team