Flying the Coop: Relocating Sydney’s Flying Foxes – Conservation Café with Dr. John Martin (by Arun Dayanandan)

November 8, 2015 at 12:35 am

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(Arun Dayanandan, November 7, 2015)

On November 7, 2015, the Sydney chapter of the Society for Conservation Biology graciously hosted Dr. John Martin, wildlife officer at the heritage-listed Royal Botanic Gardens and Domain Trust and Centennial Parklands. Reflecting his deep-rooted passion for working in the field, Dr. Martin guided the captivated audience on a trek through the swamps of the Centennial Parklands, stopping periodically to discuss key findings of his ongoing work in the conservation of the Gray-headed Flying-fox (Pteropus policephalus), and Black Flying-fox (Pteropus alecto).

The launch of our Conservation Café – a success

February 8, 2015 at 10:02 am

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In February 2015 we launched a new monthly event to celebrate and learn about the incredible work being done by our region’s conservation professionals and volunteers over a cup of coffee and a chat: Conservation Café. It is a very casual meeting space for our members and other people who are interested in conservation and would like to meet like-minded people.