6.30pm BCSA AGM
7.00pm Public Talk - Biological Surveys in Australia and their value to science
Dr. Catherine Kemper, Curator of Mammals at the South Australian Museum has undertaken vertebrate surveys in outback Australia for the best part of thirty years. She will talk about, and show images of, some amazing outback locations and important vertebrate finds. She will also explain why Museums collect, and how these collections not only provide us with important distribution data but are pivotal to future conservation efforts.
It is expected that this talk will be held face to face in the Plympton Community Centre, with an option for members to view the venue presentation via ZOOM.
At this meeting strict adherence to COVID-19 restrictions are important.
If you have not received a designated job to help organize the meeting you will not be admitted to the Hall until 6.15 pm. Unfortunately we are limited to 2 hours occupation of the Hall so there will be no supper nor tea of coffee, no need to bring your mug.
Be sure to sign yourself in with contact details (for insurance and trace back if necessary) and use hand sanitizer. Entry by donation.
200 metres east of Marion Rd, and 300 metres north of Anzac Highway
On line for those unable to attend in person
BCSA AGM and Public Talk – Biological Surveys in Australia and their value to science. Dr. Cath Kemper
When: Sep 1, 2020 06:30 PM Adelaide
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