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Meetings in june and july will be virtual.

Meetings information

2020 Val Williams Scholarship in Botany.

Applications for the 2020 scholarship are open however they will close 6th March 2020

Val Williams Scholarship information


2019 Val Williams Scholarship in Botany.

Congratulations to Farhad Masoomi-Aladizgeh, recipient of the 2019 Val Williams Scholarship in Botany.

Farhad is a Doctor of Philosophy in Biology student within the Department of Biological Sciences at Macquarie University.

His topic is: 

DNA: the key to understanding evolutionary relationships betwee Australian ecotypes of Themeda triandra (kangaroo grass)

Events

Next Meeting

Meetings for June and July will be on line at 7:30 for 8.00 p.m. on the second Friday of the month.

Instructions of how to participate will be supplied with the monthly email.

Upcoming virtual meetings

 10 July 2020

peaker
 Judy Harrington
 Topic "Glossy Black-cockatoo "
 Background 


Distribution maps of the rather elusive Glossy Black-cockatoo overlap with much of the east coast forests that have been devastated by wildfire this spring and summer. Our guest speaker will discuss the current concern felt by the birding and conservation communities about the plight of Glossy Black-cockatoos in the aftermath of widespread fires and in particular, the loss of Allocasuarina (She-oak) stands that support breeding families of Glossy blacks.

Judy Harrington is the president of Birdlife Southern NSW and has an extensive history of public education and participation in wildlife monitoring in her previous roles at SOPA, in her involvement with the highly-popular Sea-EagleCAM and the Birdlife Discovery Centre at Sydney Olympic Park and with the Frog & Tadpole Study Group. 



Next Walks at KWG 

Next Walks at KWG

29th June 2020  (Monday) 10 am to 12 noon, 

20th July 2020  (Monday) 10 am to 12 noon

29th July 2020  (Monday) 10 am to 12 noon

Meet at 9.45 am Caley Pavilion, Ku-ring-gai Wildflower Garden


Bring water and wear suitable shoes and a hat.enquiries Helen 9489 1735

The walk will focus on edible plants used by early settlers and that the indigenous peoples                                                    might have used. 

A Walks & Talks Programme sponsored by North Shore Group of Australian Plants Society

Bookings not necessary.      Enquiries:  94175217


Click on this line to download the full 2020 program (pdf)

More information is available at the walks and talks page




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