The threatened ecological communities of Mambo Wetlands Reserve
February 19 @ 2:00 pm
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Tour 6 – Mambo-Wanda Wetlands Walks and Talks
A brief introduction to the identification and value of threatened freshwater and estuarine ecological communities within the Mambo Wetlands Reserve.
Learn about some of the key botanical species for identifying these communities. Also learn about ecosystem services provided by these ecological communities, such as removal of nutrients, pollutants and particulates in urban runoff, stabilisation of sediments and provision of nursery habitats for juvenile fish and invertebrates.
Guide: Trudy & Bruce Pease
Trudy is currently a member of the EcoNetwork Committee & has a Post Grad Diploma in Environmental Science.
Bruce has a PhD in Fisheries Science & is a long-standing member of EcoNetwork Committee.
Both are now retired after careers in the Research Division of NSW Fisheries/DPI Fisheries.
Location: Foreshore Drive. After a brief orientation, walk along the track to the edge of the saltmarsh, learn about the wetland communities then return on the track. Estimated time = 1 to 1.5 hr.
Mambo-Wanda Wetlands Group
0437 132 394