In the final Earth Matters session of the year Laura and Kevin Noble from Clarence Valley Conservation in Action (CVCIA), will be talking about Indian or Common Mynas and why they are a threat to our native biodiversity. Their presentation will include identification, control and a review of activity in the Clarence Valley and surrounding areas.
The session will be held in the Staffroom at Grafton Public School, Queen Street, Grafton from 5.30 – 7 p.m. on Monday November 20.
There will be ample opportunity for questions and discussion. Refreshments will follow.
For further information, contact Stan Mussared on 66449309.
Earth Matters is a session on the environment which is conducted every two months by the Clarence Valley Conservation Coalition ( email@example.com ).
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