Sun 7 Apr 2024 6:30 PM – 9:00 PM

Marrar Woorn Neighbourhood House, 3233

Did you know we have over 50 different species of mammals in the otways? Can you tell a long nosed potoroo from a long nosed bandicoot? Or that during the breeding season, male antechinus engage in frenzied mating sessions, sometimes lasting for up to 14 hours straight and normally die shortly after? Come along on Sunday evening and learn all about our incredible mammals and then join us for a spotlighting walk to see what we can find!

Mammal talk, cake and questions and spotlighting session.

What: a one hour presentation followed by coffee cake and questions and a walk around Paradise to see what we can spot and identify.

When: 6:15pm (for a 6:30pm start) – 9pm, Sunday the 7th of April.

Where: Marrar Woorn Neighbourhood House, 6 Pengilley Ave, Apollo Bay, followed by the spotlighting walk at Paradise

Thanks to Parks Victoria for their assistance in funding the workshop series.

Guest speaker

Local ecologist and PhD student Tamika Farley-Lehmer, fire ecologist and mammalogist at the Conservation Ecology Centre and Melbourne University.


Marrar Woorn neighbourhood house, 3233

To book a spot please click here

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