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Where? Where? Wedgie! 2019

FREE workshops - calendar

10th April 2019

Get together with others in your area to learn about (or get an update on) the aims, methods and science behind Where? Where? Wedgie! for 2019. Gain and/or share skills in identifying birds, and ideas about how to make this statewide survey of Tasmania's birds of prey a huge success.

Experts, newbies and everyone in between are all extremely welcome. If you can, sign up to NatureTrackers (ie this website) in advance, and explore the membership 'Training Resources' (under 'Prepare'). You might also like to book your survey square now (under 'Take Part').

To book in to a workshop, contact the local organiser; they may need your contact details and dietary requirements.

Most will run across about 2 hours, with some morning workshops offering the chance for a spot of practice at surveying for birds of prey in the afternoon.

There may still be one or two more workshops to be confirmed. We'll update this page as more information comes in.

WhenWhereLocal organiser
5-7 pm
Tues 16 April
BURNIE - Workshop:
1-3 Spring Street, Burnie.
Cradle Coast Authority
time tbc
Fri 26 April
SHEFFIELD - Workshop:
Sheffield Uniting Church, cnr Main/Henry Street, Sheffield
Kentish Field Naturalists
10-1 pm
Sat 27 April
DEVONPORT - Workshop:
Tasmanian Arboretum, 46 Old Tramway Rd, Eugenana
Devonport City Council
10-1 pm
Sun 28 April
TRIABUNNA - Workshop:
Spring Bay Mill, 555 Freestone Point Road, Triabunna
Friends of Triabunna
6-8 pm
Tues 30 April
LAUNCESTON - Workshop:
Briggs House meeting room, Scotch Oakburn College - Senior School, Launceston
Launceston Field Naturalists Club
4.30-6.30 pmn
Mon 29 Apr
MUSSELROE - Workshop + BBQ:
558 Little Musselroe Rd, Cape Portland
Woolnorth Wind Farm Holding
6-8 pm
Wed 1 May
HOBART - Workshop:
Elizabeth Street Conference Room, 7 Elizabeth Street, Hobart TAS 7000
City of Hobart Bushcare


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