Celebrate World Wildlife Day! (Stage 2, Stage 3, Stage 4, Stage 5)
Join Lizzie Speechley, a behavioural ecologist and PhD candidate at the University of Western Australia to celebrate World Wildlife Day.
Celebrate World Wildlife Day with Lizzie Speechley, a behavioural ecologist and PhD candidate at the University of Western Australia.
Lizzie has previously worked with big cats in South Africa and her current research explores the link between sociality and cognition in the Western Australian magpie, specifically through the use of social network analysis and cognitive testing. In this virtual incursion Lizzie will dive into the heart of global conservation efforts and share insights into the challenges and triumphs of protecting our planet’s precious biodiversity.
Lizzie will also discuss her experiences working with wildlife around the world and her career pathway for students that might be interested in getting involved with wildlife conservation.
Don’t miss this opportunity to connect with an active wildlife scientist and learn how you can contribute to the global effort to safeguard our planet’s wildlife for future generations.
IS THIS A FREE EVENT? Yes
BROUGHT TO YOU BY: Arludo
Live Event - Scheduled
Main KLA, Strand, Sub Strand
Science and Tech » Biology
Science and Tech » Living World 7-10
Lizzie Speechley is a behavioural ecologist at the University of Western Australia. Her PhD explores the drivers of individual differences in cognition in the Western Australian magpie. She has also completed her Graduate Certificate in Tertiary Teaching and is a Higher Education Academy Fellow.
Will This Event Be Recorded?
No - This will only be available at the designated date & time (05-Mar-2024 11:45AM).
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Technology and Materials Requirements
This virtual excursion will run via Zoom. A device with internet connectivity with the capability of streaming video is required.
Attendees can choose to have their cameras enabled or disabled, but all microphones will be muted.
The virtual excursion will include a live presentation and time for a Q&A. Questions can either be submitted as part of your DART booking form or in the Zoom chat.
All student participants must be supervised by a teacher or parent/guardian for this virtual excursion.