This outreach event aims to bring together scientists, members of the community, tour operators, managers and other marine folks for a day of learning and kōrero about cetaceans.
Find out about the amazing diversity of whales and dolphins in Aotearoa, learn about the latest local research projects, and discover new ways in which you can make a difference through citizen science and sharing your knowledge.
There will be presentations from a range of experts, a panel discussion about ‘Whales and dolphins in a changing world' and a series of interactive activities and displays.
A light lunch (vegan and GF) and afternoon tea will be provided – a koha to cover these costs is appreciated but not required.
This event is suitable for ages 14 and up.
Transport to the event is not provided, but please get in touch if you need assistance getting there.
This event has limited spaces – booking is essential.
We encourage the wearing of masks when not eating or drinking at this event. All staff will be masked.
This event is hosted by the New Zealand Marine Studies Centre, Coastal People Southern Skies and the University of Otago.
|Date||Sunday, 30 October 2022|
|Time||10:00am - 4:00pm|
|Location||NZ Marine Studies Centre, 185 Hatchery Rd, Dunedin|
|Contact Name||Tamlyn Somerford|
|Contact Phone||027 374 6686|