Join us at the Cairns Botanic Garden Visitor Centre on Saturday 19 November 2016 where Traditional Owners, scientists and wildlife specialists will present the cultural significance, history, biology, beauty and rarity of our Wet Tropics hidden wildlife.
Wildlife under the canopy Part 3 is part of a Wet Tropics Management Authority Wet Tropcis Wild Talks presentation series held at the Cairns Botanic Garden Visitor Centre.
Part 3 of Wildlife under the canopy will look at hidden wildlife of the Wet Tropics including the endangered Kuranda tree frog (litoria myola) and the battle to save them from extinction.
· 10.00 - 10.20 Welcome to Country and introduction
· 10.15 - 10.50 Impact of invasive yellow crazy ants - Gareth Humphreys - Wet Tropics Management Authority
· 10.50 - 11.15 Endangered Kuranda tree frogs - Dr Conrad Hoskins - James Cook University
· 11.30 - 12.00 The nose knows - detector dogs for conservation - Tom Lawton - Biosecurity Qld
Cost: FREE, includes a light morning tea
Starts: 10am to 12pm
Venue: Cairns Botanic Gardens Visitor Centre
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