Pollinator Week: Seminar - fur and feathers - animal pollinators
Saturday 18 November 2023
10:30am - 12:30pm
Where: Eurobodalla Regional Botanic Garden, Deep Creek Dam Road, Batemans Bay
Venue: Banksia Room
Cost: $10 per person
Join us for an educational session that shines a spotlight on the crucial role of birds, bats, and possums in pollinating Australian plants - and the ecosystem.
These important animals are vital pollinators for some of Australia's largest plant groups.
Presenters and topics you'll learn about
You'll hear from subject experts:
- Tricia Kaye, Wallace Herbarium Curator: Tricia will provide insight into the co-evolution of Australian plants with mammals and birds that act as pollinators.
- Courtney Fink, Eurobodalla Shire Council Natural Resource Officer: Courtney will share valuable information about the importance of preserving natural habitats to support bird pollinators.
- Craig Dunne, Forest Ecologist: Craig will shed light on the symbiotic relationships between native plants and their furry pollinators.
Bookings are essential by 17 November 2023
Secure your spot and book by 17 November 2023, 5pm, as numbers are limited:
- T: 4471 2544
- E: firstname.lastname@example.org
Photo credit: Rainbow Lorikeets feeding on Eucalypt Blossoms by Geoff McVeigh.