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Join Forest & Bird's Dunedin Branch for a public talk about the thermal ecology of endangered Otago skinks and how citizen science can help scientists understand their behaviours.
Room 215, 2nd floor Zoology Benham Building, 346 Great King St, Dunedin New Zealand
A very special Third Thursday Talk to close off our series for 2019. Writer, strategist, conservationist and local Bethells/Te Henga resident Annette Lees will be talking about her latest book.
135 Awaroa Road, Kelston, Auckland.
Working bee to remove old plant covers and trample down weeds growing around trees which were planted along the Wai-iti river. Meet at 9 am at the junction of Barton Lane and the main road, south of Brightwater. For more info contact Julie 5450989
Cnr Barton Lane and Main Road Spring Grove
Visit a local white flippered penguin colony. Learn about these delightful birds from Thomas and Kristina who run Christchurch Penguin Rehabilitation (see this year's Press article).
A walk through a high station with magnificent views across Hawke's Bay. A must this year.
Father Christmas has promised to meet us at the end of the day.
For our last First Third Thursday Talk of 2020, we’ve invited the renowned biologist David Havell. David currently works at in the Northern Threats Unit, Biodiversity Group, New Zealand Department of Conservation.
135 Awaroa Road, Kelston, Auckland (Corner of Awaroa and Great North Road)
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