Come and celebrate the scientific achievements and developments of our Sanctuary on Thursday 30 June with scientists and Friends of Mulligans Flat.
Why is Mulligans Flat so special? A huge reason is the conservation initiatives founded on innovative research projects. Science in the Sanctuary will give the community the opportunity to find out more about unique ventures like the Eastern Bettong, Quoll, and Bush stone- curlew reintroductions and the long-running woodland bird surveys.
The event is free and everyone is invited. RSVP via Special Events.
Where: Gungahlin Library Community Room
When: 7pm start
Jenny Bounds fills us in on what’s happening with the Canberra Ornithologists Group (COG) and Woodlands and Wetlands Trust.
Catherine Ross, a PhD scholar from ANU, unravels the mysteries of Bettongs and their important role as ecosystem engineers.
Dr Will Batson from ANU updates us on Bettongs in the Sanctuary and the Eastern Quoll translocation project.
Dr Kate Grarock – ecologist from the Woodlands and Wetlands Trust, gives an update on the second year of bringing Bush Stone-curlews back to Canberra.
Short break – grab a cuppa
Emily Belton – project officer from the Woodlands and Wetlands Trust fills us in on the Turtle translocation project and Echidna monitoring.
Exciting Trust projects and the year ahead.