Preserving your harvest, 14th of May 2016
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Some other local events happening this month that you may be interested in …
Tue May 3, 2016 | 8:00 pm – Sat May 7, 2016 | 9:30 pm
@ The Butter Factory Theatre, Lincoln Causeway, Wodonga
On an unseasonably cold September day in 1936, the world’s last known Tasmanian Tiger died in captivity at Hobart’s Beaumaris Zoo.
Out of the darkness, Sarah Hamilton and Justine Campbell conjure the ghost of one of our lost beauties – the thylacine. With the suspense and warmth of a campfire story, these feisty, funny women weave a lyrical tale of discovery and destruction.
Don’t miss this mesmerising theatre experience.
More information and buy tickets here.
Mon May 9, 2016 | 10:30 am – 4:30 pm
@ National Environment Centre, Thurgoona
S2S Bushlinks invites you to come along to an interactive workshop to learn about the diversity, ecology and curiosities of the fungi kingdom.
Dr Alison Pouliot is back by popular demand sharing her wealth of knowledge about Australian native fungi species and their role in the native vegetation systems in our region.
We will be launching our new S2S area ‘Fungi Guide’. Be one of the first to grab one of these new identification guides.
RSVP essential, by 5th of May, to Holbrook Landcare Network (email@example.com or 02 6036 3181).
Fri May 20, 2016 | 6:30 pm – 9:20 pm
@ Regent Cinemas, Albury
Murray Local Land Services invites you to a free screening of two Australian natural history films, Battle in the Bush and Where to Eagles Dare. Battle in the Bush film maker, Daniel Hunter, will introduce the films and answer audience questions at the conclusion of the screening.
Battle in the Bush explores the role that predators play in biodiversity conservation and the changing face of conservation in Australia. Battle in the Bush is a 35-minute film that explores key questions arising from Dan’s research with the Centre for Ecosystem Science, University of NSW. For more information, click here.
Where Do Eagles Dare? is the story of one person’s mission to unlock the secrets of the largest predatory bird in Australia, the Wedge-tailed Eagle. The film follows Simon Cherriman, a young West Australian ornithologist, as he embarks on a quest to fulfil a boyhood dream, and for the first time ever, satellite track Wedge-tails in the remote WA. This film documents this unique research project, but is also a wildlife film, set largely in the central Western Australian desert region. To see the trailer, click here
RVSP is essential by 18 May 2016, click here to RSVP.
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We welcome your suggestions for future inclusions in this roundup – feel free to contact us with the details or leave a comment below.