The Cubberla-Witton Catchments Network (CWCN) is holding a workshop on Saturday 15 June featuring “Threatened Species“.
The recently published landmark UN Global Assessment Report on Biodiversity and Ecosystem Services highlights the devastating impact of humans. Australia, unfortunately, is a contributor to a crisis that sees native species threatened by extinction.
Our workshop explores the reasons why some species are currently under threat and others are not. It uses a number of local case studies to explore threatening processes and the conservation initiatives required to save some local species from imminent or likely future extinction.
This promises to be a timely and highly interesting talk. Martin Fingland from Geckoes Wildlife will share insights into the state of our natural environment and leaves us with some guidance on how to improve the situation for some species.
Please keep in mind that our workshops tend to be popular. Register early to secure your place by following this link: Threatened Species Workshop.