Next SWIFFT seminar 26 May 2022

Theme: Small mammal conservation        

Join us for this free on-line SWIFFT event. This will be an opportunity to learn about some of Victoria's small mammals including recent research findings. 

Southern Bent-wing Bat Image :Lindy Lumsden

Southern Bent-wing Bat, part of Victoria's small mammal biodiversity. Image: Lindy Lumsden.

 

Aagenda

Thursday 26 May 2022

9.50 am -  finish 12.30 pm

This event is only available online via Microsoft Tems  (this is a free event) and will not be recorded.

  • To view or join in online you will need to register (Registration form). 
  • Once registered you will receive a link to either view or join the Seminar

 

1. Seminar connection opens  (9.50 am)

 

2. Introductions  (10 am sharp)

 

3. Guest speakers (10.15)

Presentations are 15 minutes with 5-10 minutes Q&A.

 

Where are all the tree hollows? Radio tracked phascogales help identify the key forest resources

William Terry (PhD student - Southern Cross University, Senior Ecology – Arcadis, nature photographer)

 

Mammal declines and refuges in the Otways

Dr. Barbara Wilson (Associate Professor - Deakin University, Barbara Wilson Pty Ltd)

 

New insights into the secret lives of bats

Dr. Lindy Lumsden (Principle Research Scientist - Arthur Rylah Institute, DELWP)

 

The status of the Broad-toothed Rat in Victoria

Sakib Kazi (Zoos Victoria)

 

 

12.10  Last speaker finishes, general updates and wrap

12.30 Seminar closes

  

How to view the Seminar:
  • To view or join in online you will need to register (Registration form)
  • Once registered you will receive a link to either view or join the Seminar

Please note this Seminar is not recorded as it may contain recent and yet to be published scientific material. Summary notes will be added to the SWIFFT website within a couple of weeks after the seminar.

 

Previous SWIFFT seminar notes

 

 

 

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