Threatened species of the Chiltern - Mt Pilot area Community event - Sunday, 22 May
Trust for Nature is hosting a community event on threatened species of the Chiltern - Mt Pilot area and we would love you to join us.
The event will feature Sean Dooley, national bird watching champion, author of The Big Twitch and editor of Australian Birdlife Magazine.
North east biodiversity experts Glen Johnson and Daniel Pendavingh will share their extensive knowledge of the region’s fauna.
You will have the opportunity to learn about the ecology of species like the Squirrel Glider and Hooded Robin, and practical ways you can help protect these species in your own backyard.
We will begin the day with morning tea, and follow with the speakers. After lunch (and weather permitting), we will visit a private property where Sean will lead a walk and talk on his favourite subject: birds. We hope to see you there!
For further information, download the event flyer.
RSVPs are essential
Please RSVP with any dietary requirements by Thursday, 19 May to Will Ford on 0418 300 959 or via firstname.lastname@example.org
Hooded Robin - one of the threatened species of the Chiltern-Mt Pilot area
This event is part of Trust for Nature’s Private Land Action for Threatened Species Project, funded by the Victorian Government’s Threatened Species Protection Initiative.