The Geelong Nature Forum 2020 is an exciting,
multi-dimensional event, showcasing Geelong’s natural wonders through a
week-long series of nature-based activities, presentations and displays.
The event will be held from 28 March to 3 April, featuring:
- Talks on Saturday 28 March;
- Manned displays by local community environment groups throughout the week;
- Field-based activities, to encourage people to
explore natural places in their local communities, on Sunday 29 March;
- Nature-based school holiday activities; and
- A Geelong school student-led art exhibition at the
National Wool Museum.
The Geelong Nature Forum is a joint initiative, supported by
the Geelong Field Naturalists Club and the City of Greater Geelong.
Bookings for the different Geelong Nature Forum sessions are being taken via Eventbrite
Alphabet Bird Project
- the A to Z of threatened wetland species
Greater Geelong’s year four students are invited to create
artworks for display in the National Wool Museum during the Geelong Nature
The exhibition will showcase 26 waterway and wetland birds
that are threatened in the Geelong region.
The artworks will be displayed during the Geelong Nature
Forum, from 28 March to 3 April 2020.
The Alphabet Bird Project aims to encourage school students and their families
to learn more about the nature and biodiversity of our waterways and wetland
areas and highlight the needs of threatened bird species.
It is a joint project, supported by the Geelong Field
Naturalists Club and the City of Greater Geelong.
Complete your Expression of Interest here: http://sgiz.mobi/s3/Alphabet-Bird-Project-Expression-of-Interest
If you have any questions, please contact Karen Benham at
the City on (03) 5272 5272 or email@example.com