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City Nature Challenge: the Small and Mighty Micro World - Shared screen with speaker view
Melissa Doherty
35:36
Wurundjeri - Hume City
AMY
35:51
Kingston City Council
Sunbury Group
36:56
Wurundjeri- Hume City
Henry Co
39:20
City of Monash
Charlotte
41:10
Moreland
Melissa Doherty
01:01:58
That was really great Andrea, thank you, insects go to show there is always more and more to learn.
Tess Liston
01:03:15
That was fantastic info Andrea.
Andrea Canzano
01:06:10
Thanks all, I'm excited by the micro world! So much to see!
Penny Coulson
01:23:37
Feel free to post your questions here and we can ask the presenters!
Melissa Doherty
01:32:15
These are absolutely amazing photos Lyn, another amazing living world to discover
Anne
01:38:54
wonderful photos!! thanks
Melissa Doherty
01:39:09
Lyn do fungi translocations happen, or is natural recruitment occurring as the ecosystem forms to develop to support them?
Andrea Canzano
01:40:14
Hi Lyn, do you often come across undescribed species, or are they well-documented?
Melissa Doherty
01:41:18
It enables trees to talk to one another too
Henry Co
01:42:17
I will be away in NE and Central VIC on the days of the Challenge. Can I still participate?
Melissa Doherty
01:44:30
Henry your observations need to be taken within the defined boundaries of cities that are participating in CNC 2022. But even if not, your iNaturalist records
Melissa Doherty
01:44:51
are really important!
Meg Collis
01:55:24
We have also prepared a resource pack and webinar for teachers: Schools Wildlife Discovery Webinar with the Port Phillip EcoCentre (Thurs 28 April, 2.00pm - 3:15pm). Register here - https://www.trybooking.com/events/landing/884028?bof=1
Meg Collis
01:55:33
Don't forget to register for tomorrow's Webinar 2: Leaves, Feathers and Scales: The Macro World (Wed 27 April 6:30pm - 8:00pm) - https://www.stickytickets.com.au/mto7x/leaves_feathers_and_scales_the_macro_world.aspx
Meg Collis
01:56:41
Find events near you: https://www.facebook.com/events/660339051710700/?ref=newsfeed
A
01:56:50
Well presented and very interesting. Thanks
Meg Collis
01:56:58
Thank you :)