Parking is available on Narambi Reserve, Narambi Drive. Toilets are here too. We will walk across the oval to the wetlands. Here Ambassadors will be observing a litter trap emptying process, freshwater invertebrates and water testing.
The afternoon session is down at Mornington Pier. meet at 12.15pm
Parking is available all around that area. Toilets are next to the roundabout and also at Mothers beach, to the right of the boat ramp. We will be doing a litter survey and collection and learning about how our Citizen Science Dolphin Monitoring Program works.
Finish time will be approx 2.15pm.
Ambassadors should be prepared for cold and wet conditions, with sturdy shoes that may get wet and muddy. Therefore a spare dry pair (with dry socks) is good OR a pair of gumboots.
They need to bring all food and drink for the day, plus notebooks and a camera if possible.
Also, if you have a white 2L ice cream container to look at water bugs in and one clipboard per school.