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Moreton Bay Marine Wildlife Conservation Project

An important way to help protect the wildlife of Moreton Bay from marine debris is to equip individuals and groups with the knowledge and skills needed to conduct scientific marine debris surveys. As part of the Lifeline for Moreton Bay Project, students can join Wild Mob and the team from the University of Queensland's Moreton Bay Research Station on North Stradbroke Island to help survey, analyse and remove marine debris threatening all the inhabitants of the bay.

The Moreton Bay Marine Wildlife Conservation Project is a 4 day program based at the Moreton Bay Research Station on North Stradbroke Island. During the project, students will:

  • learn about the health of the Bay and action that can be taken to help its marine life
  • acquire the skills needed to conduct scientifically standardised marine debris surveys that will contribute to the University of Queensland’s research project
  • undertake land and boat based clean ups

 

Join the next project in June!Join the Moreton Bay Marine Wildlife Conservation Project
To sign up or get more information, please contact Renee at renee@wildmob.org

 

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