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Here are some suggested topics we can theme lectures and workshops around. Talk to us about your specific needs.
We tend to take flying foxes for granted in South East Queensland. This activity introduces students to the three local species of SEQ flying foxes and discusses some of the amazing features they possess. We also discuss the population crash which local flying fox populations are currently experiencing, and the positive role bats play in the environment through pollination and seed dispersal in our forests.
This is a chance to meet some of Australia’s rare, threatened and endangered species such as the Northern Bettong, the Spotted-tailed Quoll, Black-breasted Button Quail, Mary River Turtle, Woma Python, Green & Gold Bell Frog and more. This topic discusses the various levels of threat, major threatening processes and what is, or could be done to conserve these species. It invites students to get involved through a number of practical initiatives.
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