Please note this is a previous program run in Autumn 2019.
Become a citizen scientist these school holidays with the Bass Strait Maritime Centre
The Bass Strait Maritime Centre has teamed up with the Marine Debris division of Sea Shepherd Tasmania, and North West author Rees Campbell, to bring you a free citizen science day at the Mersey Bluff in Devonport.
Learn how to conduct marine-life surveys in the rockpools to learn about local creatures with Rees or help clean up the Bluff coastline and collate data with Sea Shepherd. All surveys undertaken on the day will go into national databases to help real scientists learn more about the Tasmanian coastline and the effects humans are having upon them.
All ages and experience levels are welcome. No materials are needed, just appropriate clothing and footwear.
Bluff Blitz with Bass Strait Maritime Centre, Sea Shepherd, and author Rees Campbell
Date: Sunday April 14, 2019
Rockpool Surveys: Drop in sessions between 10.30 am – 1.30 pm.
Sea Shepherd: 10.30 am start
Allow 1 hour per session
Please get in touch with the Centre for further information
03 6424 7100 or firstname.lastname@example.org