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On a bitterly cold day recently, the Mornington Peninsula ‘i sea, i care‘ Ambassadors learnt a whole lot about catchments, pollution, litter, citizen science – and how cold the wind can be!

Meeting at Narambi Reserve, Mornington the Ambassadors had a talk from Melbourne Water (thanks John and Ryder!) about litter traps and how they work. Thanks also to the Mornington Peninsula Shire Deputy Mayor, Cr Rosie Clark for coming along to the workshop and meeting some of the Mornington region’s ‘i sea, i care‘ Ambassadors.
At Mornington Pier the Ambassadors did a litter survey and collection.
Using the marine binoculars wasn’t as easy as some of the Ambassadors thought it would be. However, it was all part of the experience! And part of how our Citizen Science Dolphin Monitoring Program works.
Well done to everyone; Ambassadors had a great time and learnt a lot about the importance of catchments, and keeping warm on a cold day!
You can read more about the ‘i sea, i care’ Ambassador program and the regions here.

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