Just letting you know that there are still a few places left for this Thursday (18 April) guided walk and talk with Dr Liz Reed at the Naracoorte Caves World Heritage site, looking at fossils, megafauna, Tasmanian Tigers, bats, plants and more, and how they were impacted by and responded to climate change over the past 50,000 years. Actually see the dig site where this ground breaking research is happening!
Click on the image below to enlarge, or click here for a low resolution pdf of April’s fossil events
The guided walk and talk is family friendly, all ages and includes a Caves Café snack box (wrap and yummy bat biscuit) when you register, which will keep you going as you explore the caves and dig site.
What: ‘Fossils, megafauna & climate change: unearthing stories of the past and what they mean for the future’ guided walk with Dr. Liz Reed.
When: Thursday 18 April
Time: 6:30pm (SA time). Finish by 8:00pm.
Where: Naracoorte Caves National Park, meet at the Wonambi Fossil Centre.
To register: LIMITED SPACES! To avoid disappointment and secure your snack box please click here.
Enquiries: Becky McCann (contact details as per the poster)
Remember to wear something warm, bring something to drink and if you have one, a torch/head lamp.
See you there!