Date(s) - 10 Aug 2019
10:00 AM - 4:00 PM
Join us during the Big Day of Science as part of National Science Week
Saturday, August 10 2019. 10:00 am – 4:00 pm
Tamar NRM Stall will be presenting
“How life can thrive in extreme habitats”
Using aquatic and terrestrial invertebrates as its examples
And on Tuesday 13th August 2019
During Science Week – The Wonderful World of Waterbugs
Come to QVMAG and see community educator and lecturer John Gooderham (co-organiser of The National Waterbug Blitz) presenting:
A selection of sometimes green, always alien, beasts from rivers and wetlands around Australia!
This free introductory session will help you become a waterbug spotter and help us check up on the health of our rivers and wetlands this spring.
Tuesday 13th August 2019 – 10.30 to 11.30 am followed by a hands on bug identification session from 12.30.
An initiative of Tamar NRM, Queen Victoria Museum and Art Gallery (QVMAG), and City of Launceston’s Natural Environment Unit.
For bookings and registration of interest call Tamar NRM on 6323 3310, Mobile 0438 642 112 or visit the website.
And much more to enjoy!