Highlighting Threatened Species 

Bournda EEC is offering schools the opportunity to participate in a live half hour webinar!

This program is for Stage 2-3 primary school students and aims to increase students’ knowledge and understanding of our local, threatened species.

Bournda EEC will deliver a fun and interactive webinar that includes guest speakers, student activities, interesting displays, and ideas on how students can help monitor threatened species in their school and backyard using iNaturalist; the activities last for about half an hour.

There is no cost for this program. Complete the contact form below if you would like to participate.

Image of Powerful Owl courtesy of Dave Gallan

National Threatened Species Day is celebrated across the country to raise awareness of plants and animals at risk of extinction . Threatened Species Day is held each year on 7 September to commemorate the death of the last remaining Tasmanian tiger (also known as the thylacine) at Hobart Zoo in 1936. It is a day when we turn the spotlight on native plants, animals and ecosystems that are under threat and reflect on how we can protect them into the future.

Threatened Species Day Webinar Expression of Interest