Dr Liz Reed, Flinders University Palaeontologist, will make a presentation at the Mount Gambier Library on April 10th titled Fossils, Megafauna and Climate Change and follow with a Guided Walk and Talk at the Naracoorte Caves the week after the presentation.
As 2013 Biodiversity ‘Up Close’ family friendly events, the presentation and guided walk and talk will explore Fossils, megafauna & climate change: Unearthing stories of the past and what they mean for the future.
The World Heritage Naracoorte Caves provides the venue to examine how animals, plants and their interconnection (biodiversity) have adapted to changes in the climate over the past 50,000 years, and what we might learn.
For further details and enquiries information please download the Biodiversity ‘Up Close’ event flyer (PDF 284kB , 1 page)
Registration is required for the Naracoorte Caves Walk and Talk as numbers are limited. Details are available at www.fossil.eventbrite.com.au or scan the code.
For more details of other future events visit the Nature Glenelg Trust website.
Presentation: Wednesday, 10th April 2013
Naracoorte Caves Guided Walk & Talk: Thusday, 18th April 2013
Presentation: 7pm (SA time)
Naracoorte Caves Guided Walk & Talk: 6:30pm (SA time)
Presentation: Mount Gambier library
Naracoorte Caves Guided Walk & Talk: Blanche Cave – Naracoorte Caves National Park