Public talk – ‘Volunteering and the birds on the island of Skomer – Wales’

Thursday 11th May. Public Talk organised by the BirdLife Victoria Group.

Tracey-Ann Hooley will talk about her experiences as a volunteer field
assistant on the island of Skomer off the coast of Wales. Skomer is a major
breeding ground for puffins, guillemots, kittiwakes, shearwaters, storm
petrels and fulmars. It is an important tourist destination and plays an
important education role raising awareness of sea birds. There is also a
long history of scientific research dating back to the first years after the
second world war.

The talk will be held at 60 Leicester St, Carlton, Vic. Downstairs from the
BirdLife National office. Doors open at 07:15pm for 07:30pm start.

Regards,

Euan Moore



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