Calendar of events

Golden Sun Moth

Golden Sun Moith - Critically Endangered.
Listed under Victoria's FFG Act 1988

The Golden Sun Moth has a flight period of only a few days and is found to be most active on sunny, still, warm-hot days (mostly mid November to mid December). After mating the female lays eggs and the adult moths die.

See the December bio-calendar to see what some of our native plants and animals are doing this month.


 

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Events in December 2018

Overwintering Project: Mapping Sanctuary - Art exhibition WYNDHAM ART GALLERY Wyndham Cultural Centre, 177 Watton Street, Werribee, VIC

Wednesday 7th
6:30pm - 5:00pm

Artists and friends of the Overwintering Project are invited to one of the first two exhibitions to feature all the prints to date of the Overwintering Project Print Portfolio. There are prints by over 100 artists from all around Australia as well as two from New Zealand!

Exhibition at Wyndham Art Gallery to be opened at 6.30 pm on 7 November 2018 by PCA General Manager Marguerite Brown and Master Storytelling duo Jackie Kerin and Sarah Depasquale.  The Exhibition will remain open from 8 November to 31 December 2018 (9am to 5pm).
 


Arthur Rylah Institute Seminar - 'Managing water' and 'Counting Carp' ARI (123 Brown St Heidelberg) also Webinar

Monday 3rd
1:00pm - 2:00pm

ARI presents guest speakers; 

  • Amber Clarke Director, Waterway Programs, DELWP: Managing water
  • Jarod Lyon Principal Research Scientist and Section Leader ARI DELWP: Counting carp

If you can make it to ARI (123 Brown St Heidelberg), please come along to hear about this terrific research. We all have much to learn from each other, and the Seminar series is an important part of the intellectual life of our Institute.

This is a free event. If you can't make it to ARI, this seminar will also be available via live online webinar access - please use this link to register: https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/3336763098505117443

Contact: Fern Hames | Science Manager Communication and Collaboration | Phone: 0428 106 143


Arthur Rylah Institute Seminar - 'River restoration in the USA Pacific North West ' ARI (123 Brown St Heidelberg) also Webinar

Tuesday 4th
1:00pm - 2:00pm

ARI presents guest speaker; Jim Capurso USDA Forest Service - River restoration in the Pacific North West.

If you can make it to ARI (123 Brown St Heidelberg), please come along to hear about this terrific research. We all have much to learn from each other, and the Seminar series is an important part of the intellectual life of our Institute.

This is a free event. If you can't make it to ARI, this seminar will also be available via live online webinar access - please use this link to register: https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/1268326635984899843

Contact: Fern Hames | Science Manager Communication and Collaboration | Phone: 0428 106 143


Arthur Rylah Institute Seminar - "Decoupling the impact of societal development and climate change on fisheries in the Lower Mekong Delta". ARI (123 Brown St Heidelberg) also Webinar

Friday 7th
1:00pm - 2:00pm

ARI presents guest speaker Prof Ian Cowx: Director, Hull International Fisheries Institute (HIFI) School of Environmental Sciences University of Hull, Adjunct Professor: Department of Fisheries and Wildlife Michigan State University USA.

If you can make it to ARI (123 Brown St Heidelberg), please come along to hear about this terrific work. We all have much to learn from each other, and the Seminar series is an important part of the intellectual life of our Institute.

This is a free event. If you can't make it to ARI, please use the live online webinar access; register using this link: https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/8578583628857491715

Contact: Fern Hames | Science Manager Communication and Collaboration | Phone: 0428 106 143


Arthur Rylah Institute Seminar - 'Flying foxes' ARI (123 Brown St Heidelberg) also Webinar

Monday 10th
1:00pm - 2:00pm

ARI presents guest spearker; Rod Van der Ree University of Melbourne talking about Flying Foxes.

If you can make it to ARI (123 Brown St Heidelberg), please come along to hear about this terrific research. We all have much to learn from each other, and the Seminar series is an important part of the intellectual life of our Institute.

This is a free event. If you can't make it to ARI, this seminar will also be available via live online webinar access - please use this link to register: https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/1176326104018406659

Contact: Fern Hames | Science Manager Communication and Collaboration | Phone: 0428 106 143


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