Thursday, 7 August 2014

The Wild Side Walk - Celebrating National Science Week

Contact: Jenny Dudgeon, Sustainability Learning Centre @ Hobart College
p: 6220 3442   e: sustainability.learning.centre@education.tas.gov.au 

Date: Fri 22 August           RSVP: Wed 20 August
Location: Hobart

Intended Audience: Nocturnal walk for families, educators and those who are young at heart

When darkness falls a new world awakes to explore in our bushland!

Come on a night walk along with some of Tassie's best scientists – to see and hear the wild things.  Discover what you're hearing amongst Tassie's amazing biodiversity and perhaps answer the mystery. Are there bats at Mt Nelson?

We'll return to the Centre and enjoy a starlit hot chocolate and story.

Walk leaders and guest biodiversity scientists:
  • Dr Sally Bryant passionate scientist and advocate for Tasmania's fauna and flora.
  • Dr Lisa Cawthen Tassie's own bat specialist – loving all things found in the bush.

Bring your family kitted out with head torches and walking boots!

Venue: Sustainability Learning Centre Mt Nelson Hobart

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