Who Eats Who?  

Spotlight on threatened fauna

Friday 28 April 2017

7pm - 9pm

Orana Community Centre, Neerim South Primary School

Main Road, Neerim South

Who eats who amongst our threatened fauna? Passionate about protecting threatened species and improving their habitat?

Come along and learn from wildlife ecologist, Ed McNabb and our local Landcare experts.

Light supper provided.  

Wear sturdy shoes & bring a torch for the night walk.

Contact Sandra mobile 0407 826 649 or Turn on JavaScript!

Interested in attending the whole series?

Contact Kathleen Roberts on mobile 0488 013 613 or Turn on JavaScript! 

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