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|Subject:||Botanic Gardens Thursday talks - Swift Parrots|
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|Date:||Tue, 19 Sep 2017 20:22:22 +0000|
21 September, 12.30pm, theatrette across from visitor centre. Gold coin donation
Can we save Swift Parrots from their introduced predators?
Professor Rob Heinsohn
Rob, Professor of Evolutionary and Conservation Biology at the ANU, will outline the impact of introduced sugar gliders on nesting Swift Parrots in Tasmania, and ponder the long-term future of these threatened birds.
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