Conservation in your Community

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Maintaining wilderness around cities is key to maintaining native bird and bee populations in urban centres

Sturt Greens SA Community Forum

The loss of native habitat in our urban centres has led to the decline of wildlife populations.

Jenny Deans will speak on the importance of maintaining a habitat for native bees. Jenny (B.E. Dip. Hort.) is a member of Sturt Upper Reaches Landcare Group as well as the Old School Community Garden at Stirling,

David Paton, Associate Professor at the University of Adelaide, will talk on the declining bird numbers of the Mt Lofty Ranges, the reasons behind it and what can be done. David has an expertise in Ecology and behaviour of birds as well as habitat restoration.

Question and answer period to follow presentations. Admission is free to all, $2 gold coin donation optional. Tea, coffee and light supper available.
 

May 22nd, 2017 6:30 PM   through   9:30 PM
Payneham Library NPSP
2 Turner St
FELIXSTOW SA 5070

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