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NOW BOOKED OUT – Threatened Species Week – Rarest Bird on Earth?

  09-Sep-2021      11:00AM
Live Event
09
Sep

NOTE – this webinar is now full. There is now an additional webinar scheduled to start at 12:30pm. See the 12:30pm webinar details to book.

Rumbalara Environmental Education Centre is hosting a FREE webinar on the Norfolk Island Boobook Owl for Threatened Species Week. It will be held on Thursday 9 September 2021 at 11:00am. The approx. one hour webinar will be conducted by an experienced DoE teacher.

Students will:

  • Investigate how some human activities can impact native wildlife
  • Examine methods that scientists use to search for rare animals
  • Evaluate what action communities can take to assist native wildlife
  • Assess different options scientists have for increasing the numbers of threatened species

 


BROUGHT TO YOU BY: Rumbalara Environmental Education Centre


Event Details

Date & Time

  09-Sep-2021    11:00AM

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Requirements: Technology, Materials and Pre and Post event requirements.

Participants require internet and Zoom Access. Once the booking is confirmed a Webinar link will be sent.

If you have any queries please contact the provider

Name: Christine Freeman

Phone: 0409786620

Email: [email protected]

Website: https://rumbalara-e.schools.nsw.gov.au/

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