ClimateWatch Guided Walk 28 October
Join Currimundi Catchment Care Group for this citizen science activity and record observations of key indicator species at Currimundi Lake.
On this guided walk around the beautiful Currimundi, we will explore the local flora and fauna and learn how our data can reveal impacts of climate change.
Currimundi Lake is the site of a ClimateWatch Trail. ClimateWatch is a citizen science project that aims to record how changes in temperature and rainfall are affecting the seasonal behaviour of Australia's plants and animals. Our Currimundi Catchment Care Group guide will assist you to identify indicator species and to use the ClimateWatch App so you can contribute to this important project.
Don't miss out on this chance to explore the beauty of the Currimundi Lake area and deepen your understanding of climate change impacts. Register now to secure your spot!
Registration is essential.
Please book your ticket, by clicking on the following Eventbrite link, or by copying and pasting the below link in your web browser -
Please bring a water bottle, hat, sunscreen and insect repellent and wear closed in shoes. Please download the free ClimateWatch app on your smartphone prior to arrival. Make sure you have registered for an account and remember your login details.
Free App Download Instructions
This event is part of the Sunshine Coast Council NatureWatch Program - providing opportunities for our community to participate in citizen science nature activities, encouraging environmental stewardship and connection to our local environment. Visit Council's website for further information.
Currimundi, QLD 4551
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