Threatened Species Day - Corunna - Sept 9th

Threatened Species Day - Nature Mapr Exploration at Corunna Sunday Sep 9th from 11:00-13:00 Celebrate Threatened Species Day with a fun day of citizen science using the Atlas of Life in the Coastal Wilderness at Corunna State Forest. Learn how to capture an image in the forest and upload to the Nature Mapr for this important bioregion. After the event, stay for a picnic by the lakeside at Corunna Forest to meet others in the community who share a love of this beautiful wild space. Meet at the gravel section of Cpt3058/2 Rd near the intersection of Watertank Road and Princes Hwy, Corunna. GPS coordinates -36.289664, 150.111812 What to bring: • Hats Drinking Water Long Pants Bushwalking clothes and shoes Cameras, phones, GPS devices, binoculars, notepad and pen For more information on this FREE community event contact or follow the event on Facebook at

Above: A Southern Boobook nesting at Corunna Forest. Photo ©2018 Elizabeth Walton

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