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Learning in the Outdoors at the Adelaide International Bird Sanctuary National Park – Winaityinaityi Pangkara - Thursday 21 November

31 Oct 2019

The Adelaide International Bird Sanctuary (AIBS) is a unique and special environment. Immersing students in this outdoor environment can be a powerful learning tool.

As part of the Adelaide Dolphin and Shorebird Festival being celebrated throughout November 2018, NRM Education will be holding a practical, hands-on workshop for educators of all year levels. It will be held within the AIBS, where you will hear about the global significance of the site, learn about shorebird migration, why shorebirds are a threatened animal group and learn about the rich marine biodiversity and ecosystems found along our Northern Adelaide coastline.

Participants will be able to try a range of student activities that can be run on-site to inspire student awareness and increase students capacity to understand and take action to protect the valuable environment of the upper St Vincent Gulf. Each educator will go home with a copy of NRM Education’s AIBS Educator’s Kit, which includes suggested lesson plans and covers a range of topics linked to the Australian Curriculum.

Date: Thursday 21 November
Time: 4.00 pm – 6.30 pm
Venue: St Kilda Interpretive Centre, Mangrove Street, St Kilda

Registrations by COB 8 November essential.

RSVP to NRM Education Coordinator Melissa Steele, with your name, contact phone number and year levels you teach.

 

Julian Marchant, NRM Education Officer

Natural Resources Adelaide & Mount Lofty Ranges

Department for Environment and Water | South Australian Government

Hosted by the City of Salisbury
12 James Street, Salisbury SA 5108

P: (08) 8406 8289
Email: jmarchant@salisbury.sa.gov.au

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