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November 11: The Human Face of the Kimberley” with Ian Morris

Noosa Parks Association Environment Centre 5 Wallace Drive, Wallace Park,, Noosaville

In many ways, the Kimberley is different to any other region in Australia, going back to its geological separation from the main continent in pre-human times and its subsequent dramatic reconnection. In terms of its human history, the dates go way back and there are still many unanswered questions. Was the Kimberley region the gateway...

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October 28: Birdwatching Trips to South America – Peter Odekerken

Noosa Parks Association Environment Centre 5 Wallace Drive, Wallace Park,, Noosaville

Peter Odekerken, a photographer and avid birdwatcher, has been fortunate to have visited Colombia and Brazil, two countries which have the most species of avifauna in the world. Colombia has the largest number of bird species, with Brazil coming in a close second. Peter also visited Argentina to see the largest breeding colony of parrots...

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October 14: Enter the Flyosphere:  Noosa’s Threatened Shorebirds with Richard Howard

Noosa Parks Association Environment Centre 5 Wallace Drive, Wallace Park,, Noosaville

Enter the Flyosphere:  Noosa’s Threatened Shorebirds with Richard Howard Despite its modest size and intensive visitation, the Noosa River estuary has consistently attracted over half the known species of migratory shorebirds to its shores each year, plus numerous more resident species.  However, habitat loss along the flyways and increased disturbance locally is putting this hotspot...

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