The Eco Preservation Society isn't forcing one to take extreme steps, but rather encouraging each of us to take a minumum of one eco friendly step toward becoming more sustainable. If most of us take one step then as a complete, we could make a substantial difference.
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The Eco Preservation Society isn't forcing one to take extreme steps, but rather encouraging each of us to take a minumum of one eco friendly step toward becoming more sustainable. If most of us take one step then as a complete, we could make a substantial difference.
The Eco Preservation Society is a membership, educational and networking organization specializing in the promotion of sustainable human action focused on achieving positive environmental effects. Our job is to market study, travel and instruction applications that advance environmental awareness and facilitate public consciousness with a call to action.
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The Eco Preservation Society is a membership, educational and networking organization specializing in the promotion of sustainable human action focused on achieving positive environmental effects. Our job is to market study, travel and instruction applications that advance environmental awareness and facilitate public consciousness with a call to action.

Richmond Birdwing Butterfly Webinar

  Register for this event About the event Topic: The Richmond Birdwing Butterfly When: Wednesday, 24 March 2021; 10:30 – 11:30 AM (AEST – Brisbane timezone) Where: Zoom webinar In this FREE one-hour Wildlife Queensland webinar, special guest presenters, Dr Ian Gynther (Department of Environment & Science) and Richard Bull (Richard Birdwing Conservation Network) will ...

  Register for this event About the event Topic: The Richmond Birdwing Butterfly When: Wednesday, 24 March 2021; 10:30 – 11:30 AM (AEST – Brisbane timezone) Where: Zoom webinar In this FREE one-hour Wildlife Queensland webinar, special guest presenters, Dr Ian Gynther (Department of Environment & Science) and Richard Bull (Richard Birdwing Conservation Network) will ...
Richmond Birdwing Butterfly Webinar

 

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About the event

Topic: The Richmond Birdwing Butterfly
When: Wednesday, 24 March 2021; 10:30 – 11:30 AM (AEST – Brisbane timezone)
Where: Zoom webinar

In this FREE one-hour Wildlife Queensland webinar, special guest presenters, Dr Ian Gynther (Department of Environment & Science) and Richard Bull (Richard Birdwing Conservation Network) will provide a fascinating look at Australia’s largest sub-tropical butterfly, the Richmond birdwing butterfly. Learn about how a joint Captive Rearing and Release Project is helping to conserve this vulnerable species, and the secrets to cultivating and caring for birdwing vines, the Richmond birdwing butterfly’s host plant. You’ll also find out about the work of Wildlife Queensland’s Richmond Birdwing Conservation Network (RBCN) and how you can get involved. Ask questions during our Q&A session.

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Please register for the event and we will email you a link to the webinar recording within 24 hours of event close.

About the presenters

Dr Ian Gynther, Department of Environment & Science

Presentation: Captive Rearing and Release Project

  • Overview of the Richmond birdwing butterfly – diet, distribution, ecology, threats
  • Genetic boosting and the Captive Rearing and Release Project
Richard Bull, Richmond Birdwing Conservation Network

Presentation: Secrets to cultivating and caring for birdwing vines 

  • Introduction to Richmond birdwing butterfly host plants
  • How to plant and care for birdwing vines
Matt Cecil, Wildlife Queensland (host)

Presentation/introduction: The Richmond Birdwing Conservation Network (RBCN)

  • About the RBCN, conservation activities and how you can get involved

Contact us

If you have any questions or would like more information, please contact Wildlife Queensland on 07 3844 0129 or email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

 


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