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Marine Matters – Science Night #4

“Seabirds”

Wednesday 9 October 2019
6:30pm – 8:30pm

ISOBAR, 23 Bow Street

The Whāingaroa Environment Centre‘s “Marine Matters” project brings another free community
science night to town. All welcome!
This edition, coordinated in collaboration with
Karioi Project, focuses on seabirds and how they
act as environmental indicators for our oceans!

The night begins at 6:30 PM, so come early to ISOBAR and grab some nibbles, a drink and a good seat!

Speakers:
– Dr Brendon Dunphy will be talking about northern NZ seabirds as indicators of ocean conditions
and what we are trying to learn from them (tracking, physiology, the biology of petrels and penguins).

– Edin Whitehead will talk about her PhD studies about Ōi, Grey Faced Petrel.


See the Facebook event for more information.

Come along and meet Timebank members over a cuppa. This is a public event, all welcome.

The face-to-face opportunity makes such a big difference! It’s so much easier to make connections and even get the help you need. People usually find out about things they would like to do or learn, and they even realise things they can offer!

Raglan Timebank
Monthly Coffee Meetups

The last Friday of every month
10:30AM – 11:30AM

Orca Restaurant & Bar
2 Wallis Street

Join the Raglan Timebank facebook group to stay up to date with offers & requests.

Our community gardens not only provide a source of healthy, locally grown food but also opportunities for community connection, networking and learning.


Join the Whāingaroa Community Gardens facebook group to keep up to date.

Whāingaroa
Community Gardens
Working Bees

1st Saturday of every month
9:00am  – 11:30am
+
2nd & 4th Tuesday of every month
9:00am  – 11:30am

Behind the Police Station,
3 Wi Neera St

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