The platypus is one of the world’s most amazing animals. This furry, warm-blooded mammal lays soft-shelled eggs like a lizard, uses its bill to navigate underwater, and sorts out arguments with the help of venomous spurs. But what about the platypus’s own environmental needs? How is the species faring in the wild? And what needs to be done to ensure that populations survive in our local rivers and creeks?
Geoff Williams from the Australian Platypus Conservancy will share his knowledge of this amazing monotreme via a Zoom link-up on Friday 14 August starting at 7.30pm.
If you registered for our May or June or July sessions, you will be sent the link for registering with Zoom on Monday 10th August. If you have not joined earlier webinars and wish to attend, please email Peter Turner by 12 noon on 14th August at firstname.lastname@example.org