Wildlife Schools offer ecologists a rare opportunity to gain training with an emphasis on practical field work
Emphasis is placed on time in the field to allow participants to gain practical experience in survey procedures and to view habitats from the perspective of the wildlife that lives in it. There is also a concentration on species listed under both the TSC and EPBC Acts, providing up to date information on their specific requirements and current best management practices.
Wildlife Schools are convened by Dr Frank Lemckert, an internationally recognised herpetologist and forest fauna expert. Frank will be joined by other highly skilled and experienced ecologists to deliver a uniquely practical and empowering training experience.
Frog and Bat Survey and Identification
Monday 12 to Wednesday 14 March 2018
Kioloa Coastal Campus, Kioloa, South Coast NSW
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Who should attend Wildlife Schools?
Environmental officers, ecologists, environmental scientists, assessment officers, environmental consultants and field personnel from government and private companies, postgraduate students and those looking to develop their career and increase their experience in practical ecology.
Reasons to attend
- Learn from and by guided by recognised experts in Australian wildlife
- Discover and experience wildlife and habitats first-hand
- Build your confidence in field work and practical ecology
- Gain a better understanding of biodiversity and environmental assessment
- See how environmental compliance is practically applied in the field
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About the organisers
Wildlife Schools are organised by Niche Environment and Heritage – a leading environment and heritage consultancy.