Recently, Ambassadors from the Mornington Peninsula region learnt more than they had expected at the Narambi Reserve in Mornington.
The morning saw them being amazed as a litter trap was emptied, and then stunned at the number and type of freshwater invertebrates during the water testing.
The afternoon session was at Mornington Pier. Here the Ambassadors got really hands-on with a litter survey and collection.
They also learnt how our Citizen Science Dolphin Monitoring Program works, and that binoculars are not always as easy as they look.
You can be part of our citizen science program as well! Send us your sightings of dolphins and whales (or phone 03 5979 7100). All sightings are confidential, and help build on a data-base of nearly thirty years. It’s an easy way to show you care … like these wonderful Ambassadors from the Mornington Peninsula.