Turtle hatchlings on a Sunshine Coast beach.
Turtle hatchlings on a Sunshine Coast beach. Contributed

Turtle talk focuses on local care program

THE third in a series of community talks on Corals, Coast and Catchment will be held tonight, October 11, from 6.15-7.30pm at Scuba World at The Wharf, Mooloolaba.

The presentation, hosted by Sunshine Coast research group Reef Check Australia, costs $2 to attend, payable on the night. The latest talk, Turtle Management on the Sunshine Coast, will feature Sunshine Coast Council acting conservation officer Lisa Kath for a review of TurtleCare nesting data and discussion of sea turtle trends.

Anyone interested in learning more about our local environs or how to become a citizen scientist, head to https://www.facebook.com/events/1727343114196164/ to register your interest.


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