Observing Insect-pollinators in Action at Rippon Lea Estate

With RMIT University’s Dr Luis Mata and Leap into Nature’s Christina Renowden, we have established a network of ‘pollinator observatories’ at Rippon Lea Estate.

Become a ‘citizen scientist’ and get informed and inspired about your local biodiversity.

At this workshop, you will learn how to identify several insect-pollinators, including native and non-native bees, flies, wasps and butterflies. We will then visit the pollinator observatories to examine plant-insect interactions.

We will also have a quiet insect-inspired art and craft corner for younger members of the family.

RMIT University’s Dr Luis Mata
Leap Into Nature’s Christina Renowden

This is a free event and bookings are essential.

This event is part of Nature Next Door — a citizen science program that aims to bring the community together to learn about and celebrate our natural environment.

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17 November 2019 / 11:00 AM — 1:00 PM

Observing Insect-pollinators in Action — Teacher Professional Development

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This workshop is designed for teachers to help them plan and establish pollinator observatories within their own schools for students to monitor.

Rippon Lea Estate, 192 Hotham Street, Elsternwick