July Field Day: Goodenia Rainforest
7th July, 2019
SUMMARY & FOLLOW-UP
A perfect day for a wander in the forest. Rain a few days earlier, beautiful sunny sky, experienced botanists and mycologists sharing their knowledge. This mid-Winter event drew quite a crowd - 36 people in total, including the National Parks Association folk whom we welcomed along for the day.
The best way to review the species lists for the day is to take a tour of the NatureMapr records. Simply click on the link below to see the full list of species for the Goodenia Rainforest Walk.
The Atlas of Life NatureMapr database is a powerful tool for collecting, sorting, and viewing biodiversity information for our region. Here are just 3 ways you can explore the database. Give it a try!
1: View sightings from any of our Atlas Nats Fields days
You can browse the photos or view even more sightings from that location, as a list.
2. View the full details of any sighting
By clicking on any sighting you can see full details, often with additional photos and comments.
3: View a species recorded distribution
Want to know where else that species has been recorded? It’s easy!
So take a moment to explore the NatureMapr database. It includes a wealth of information and will continue to grow. (click to learn more about how to add a sighting)
5th October, 2019 Full notes of Mick’s talk, photos of local geology and a list of resources
21st September, 2019 Snapshots from the event, along with a few recollections and ‘take-home’ messages
15th September, 2019 A sample of the sightings from the day, plus Jackie’s extensive plant list
10th August, 2019 Slides and other notes from the workshop, plus a look at the star spiders - the morning after.
7th July, 2019 A few snapshots, plus tips on how to access species lists and information on NatureMapr
10th May, 2019: Further exploring a few themes following Teresa’s presentation on the Wonders of Fungi. Truffles, universal veils, a few weird puff balls, springtails, and more.
4th May, 2019 A brief summary and images, plus links to: sightings and species lists on NatureMapr; and more information about the life cycles of fungi and slime moulds
12th April, 2019 … an exploration of freshwater invertebrates collected from local waterways.
7th April, 2019 A brief summary and images, plus links to further information: about Lowland Grassy Woodland communities; and tools for the identification of aquatic invertebrates.
22nd March, 2019 … a summary, including full details and resources from a presentation on insect identification