Celebrating Threatened Species Day and Biodiversity Month

In the lead up to Biodiversity Month the NSW Department of Planning and Environment’s Biodiversity and Conservation Division are celebrating the conservation work of the South East region by serving up some science with your sandwich each Wednesday.

From Greater Gliders surviving fires, to innovative ways to connect with landholders, citizen science projects and the story of the Scarlet Robin – there is something for everyone this Spring.

Register using the below link:

Celebrating Threatened Species Day & Biodiversity Month! (mailchi.mp)

To keep abreast of similar events, sign up to the NSW DPE’s South East Environment Newsletter: subscribe

Winter ’22 Edition here

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