Join naturalist Tanya Loos as she shares the delights of being a bush detective through her scat and skull collection. Highlights include a koala skull, a wedge-tailed eagle pellet and other things which shall not be named because there is a bit of fun, “guess what this is?” component to her talk.
Tanya is a nature columnist for the Hepburn Advocate and author of the book “Daylesford Nature Diary: Six seasons in the foothill forests”. Tanya is also the Upper Campaspe Landcare Network Facilitator. She has lived on a bush block in Porcupine Ridge, in the northern part of the Wombat Forest since 2001.
7.30 – 8.30 Monday 5th May,
Riddells Creek Neighbourhood House