Don't miss this! Brush-tailed Phascogales, and rainforest rehabilitation

We have not one but two wonderful speakers for our AGM, 23 Nov. 1600 Ulladulla or Zoom.

The elusive Brush-tailed Phascogale – Dr Susan Rhind
Susan Rhind is a wildlife biologist with extensive experience in observing the behaviour of hollow nesting animals, of which the brush-tailed phascogale is one. Susan thought this pretty marsupial with its bottle-brush tail was extinct (or near enough) on the NSW South Coast. But when reviewing records for the revised edition of ‘The Mammals of Australia’ published by the Australian Museum, she came across a sighting at Broulee. This is your opportunity to learn about the Brush-tailed Phascogale, and also to hear about Susan’s other projects on the South Coast.

Rainforest recovery – Dr David Bain
David Bain is a senior threatened species officer with the Department of Planning, Industry and Environment. He has been working in threatened species conservation in the south east of NSW for 20 years, partnering with universities, private industry, NGOs and government. David will speak about his work with landholders to improve the condition of rainforest on their properties.

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Posted on November 07, 2021 01:05 AM by annielane annielane


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