A Day in the life of a Flatback Turtle

Join Roebuck Bay Working Group and Yawuru Land and Sea Unit in the fun for National Science Week, with their Science on the Broome Coast series!


Thursday 20 August will see PhD candidate Jenna Hounslow explore how cameras and smart technologies are being used to reveal the underwater activities of flatneck turtles foraging in Roebuck Bay.

Join in at:

Main Hall at the University of Notre Dame

22 Guy St

Broome


Date: Thursday 20 August 2020

Time: 5:45pm for 6pm start


The event is FREE (gold coin donations appreciated) with a door prize to be drawn on the night.


All participants have the chance to win a whale watching tour for 2 people with Broome Whale Watching donated by the Harry Butler Institute!





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