28 September, 2016

Central Tablelands Local Land Services

Threatened species field day Capertee Valley (Friday)
Central Tablelands Local Land Services will be partnering with the Office of Environment and Heritage (OEH) to hold a field day in the Capertee Valley focusing on information and identification surrounding some of the valley’s unique threatened species, to celebrate Biodiversity month. (September) and Threatened Species day which was officially celebrated earlier in the month on the 7th September.
The field day will focus on 2 specific plants that are found in the northern part of the valley, the Phebalium bifidum and the Grevillea obtusiflora. As well as a short talk from Ross Crates who is undertaking a PHD on the Regent Honeyeater, as well as an update from National Parks about programs that they have planned for the coming months. Ross Crates from ANU will also be showing us some regent honeyeater nesting sites.
When: Friday 30 September
Where: Meet at the intersection of Glen Alice Rd and Port Macquarie Rd (Park along Port Macquarie Rd), before we finish off with some short presentations and lunch at the Glen Alice Hall.
Time: 9.30, and finishing at the Glen Alice Hall for Lunch
Cost: FREE
What to bring: Bring your hat, sturdy shoes, water and jacket (we will be outside for part of the workshop). Lunch will be provided
More information and to RSVP
For more information and to RSVP for catering and logistics purposes please contact peter.evans@lls.nsw.gov.au ph 6350 3110 or Bruce Christie bruce.christie@lls.nsw.gov.au ph 6378 1712. Please RSVP by Wednesday 28th September.

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