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    Butterfly Ecology Walk with Helen Schwencke at Flinders Park, Fitzgibbon

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    Join Helen Schwencke and Amelia Pasieczny for a slow wander through  Flinders Park and the adjacent Fitzgibbon Bushlands  exploring butterfly host plants and the butterflies and other creatures that use the plants.
    Helen is well known to participants in Brisbane's Big Butterfly Count as ecologist, educator and co-author of 'Create More Butterflies' and 'Inviting Nature to Dinner' while Amelia has great skills in seeing and discovering the tiny invertebrate forms of life that make up so much of our faunal diversity.
    Flinders Park and Fitzgibbon Bushland were chosen as they are known for their  abundance in insect species including butterflies,  and their general biodiversity.
    We enter the Park opp. 19 Otway Circuit (off Norris Road, Fitzgibbon). There is plenty of parking in the street.
    Please wear protective clothing and closed-in walking shoes. BYO water.
    Please note, there are no nearby facilities.
    Kindly let us know that you are coming via registration. It makes the organisation a lot easier. Thank you.

    This event is organised by Brisbane's Big Butterfly Count with Brisbane Catchments Network and supported by Brisbane City Council. 

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