Professor Sharyn Rundle-Thiele
Samantha Colbran, Logan City Council Sophie Wilson, Department of Environment and Science Chantelle Scolari, RSPCA QLD Dr Kate Dutton-Regester, The University of Queensland Maree Clancy and Dave Madden, Queensand Trust for Nature
Join council, researchers and local koala organisations to learn about the remarkable work being done to safeguard koalas in Logan and throughout Southeast Queensland Thursday February 15th at the Griffith University Logan Campus or online.
You'll hear from a distinguished lineup of speakers featuring experts from Logan City Council, RSPCA QLD, Queensland Trust for Nature, Queensland Government and The University of Queensland and have the opportunity to ask your questions during the panel discussion.
The in-person event will commence with free networking and nibbles from 4:30 pm. This is an excellent opportunity to meet fellow wildlife enthusiasts and experts as well as explore the interactive event stalls. Presentations will commence at 5:30 pm.
Register today to secure your spot at this unforgettable event: https://l.wildlifewatcher.com.au/LKF
The Logan Koala Forum is brought to you by Wildlife Watcher an initiative of Social Marketing @ Griffith.
RSVP on or before Tuesday 13 February 2024 12.10 pm, via https://l.wildlifewatcher.com.au/LKF