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NECMA MPP seminar

Threatened species of the north east of Victoria

ONLINE WEBINAR

Hear from and ask experts about the Mountain Pygmy-possum and the Regent Honeyeater, two threatened species that call the North East home.

Experts will share their extensive knowledge and conservation experiences from the bush to the mountains over an interactive Q&A session, including new findings from Mountain Pygmy-possum research and some of the biggest challenges Regent Honeyeaters face today.

Guest speakers

Dean Heinze (Ecology Links)

Dean Heinze is a consultant at Ecology links and a leading Mountain Pygmy-possum researcher who has been studying the species for over 20 years.

Dean Ingwersen (BirdLife Australia)

Dean Ingwersen is the leader of the Regent Honeyeater Recovery program at BirdLife Australia. He is also an author and award-winning photographer.

Details

When: Wednesday 22 September

Time: 7:30 - 8:30 pm

Where: Microsoft Teams

Register at https://bit.ly/3jO6q5u

For more information, please contact Phillip Falcke, M. 0429 400 411, phillip.falcke@necma.vic.gov.au

The Bush for Birds and Mountain Pygmy-possum Recovery projects are supported by the North East CMA and delivery partners through funding from the Australian Government’s National Landcare Program.