Sunday 29 November, 2020 4:00 am – 5:00 pm
Sunday 29 November – Native Fauna of the Greater Blue Mountains – 4pm via zoom
Blue Mountains Conservation Society are pleased to host local ecologists, Judy and Peter Smith, talking about the native fauna of the Greater Blue Mountains on the very day the World Heritage listing for the area was decided back in 2000.
The Greater Blue Mountains World Heritage Area is home to a remarkably diverse native terrestrial vertebrate fauna (currently 434 species) of international significance.
The World Heritage listing recognises the region’s globally significant natural values including its biodiversity.
Judy and Peter will talk about the fauna of the GBMWHA as it stood at the time of publication of their book (October 2019) and then look briefly at what has happened to the fauna since.
Join us as we mark this important anniversary!
When: 4pm Sunday 29 November (one hour)
Register here: firstname.lastname@example.org – You will receive a ZOOM Link before the day.
In this time of COVID the Society will hold a number of online talks.