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Eucalypt Field Day, a hands-on experience of learning and fun – Spring Bay Mill (Tas)
2 April 2022 @ 10:30 am - 3:30 pmFree
Join us for an exciting opportunity to discover Tasmanian eucalyptus – through a field day in the Wielangta forests of Tasmania’s East Coast. Led by botanists Fred and Mercedes Duncan, and Spring Bay Mill horticulturist and educator Marcus Ragus.
Learn how to identify a wide range of species in their natural environments. Understand eucalypt ecology, and how eucalypt forests interact with the landscape and other vegetation types. Hear fascinating accounts of past and present research on different species, and about their use and conservation.
Come along for this unique and stimulating forest experience! Be a eucalypt scientist for a day, and discover how to distinguish Tasmanian species – and their critical role in the State’s history, ecology and conservation of our biodiversity.
Hurry, as bookings are limited to the first 25 people.
10:30 from Orford, finish by 3;30pm. Bring your own transport, refreshments and lunch. Bookings and further information from the Spring Bay Mill.
Image attached: Magnificent Eucalyptus pulchella, white peppermint at the Thumbs Lookout, Wielangta forests.