Sea Search Rocky Shore Monitoring 04 January 2020 – Point Lonsdale

Come along and undertake Sea Search monitoring of the marine life on the rocky seashore. All monitoring equipment will be provided. Please ensure you wear appropriate clothing and footwear as described below.

To become a volunteer, register with ParkConnect.

Activity type: Environmental monitoring, survey and research

What to bring

• Hat

• Wet weather gear

• Food

• Drink bottle

• Sunscreen

• Closed toe shoes that can get wet e.g. gum boots, reef booties, old runners. No thongs or bare feet. Weather appropriate clothing. Adequate drinking water and snacks. Any inquiries please email Lachlan.Cohen@parks.vic.gov.au 0497 330 219

More information: https://www.parkconnect.vic.gov.au/Volunteer/public-planned-activity/?id=9ed7ba28-2dcd-e911-a97d-000d3ad1c904

Sea Search Rocky Shore Monitoring 05 January 2020 – Barwon Heads

Come along and undertake Sea Search monitoring of the marine life on the rocky seashore. All monitoring equipment will be provided. Please ensure you wear appropriate clothing and footwear as described below.

To become a volunteer, register with ParkConnect – https://www.parkconnect.vic.gov.au/Account/Login/Register

Activity type: Environmental monitoring, survey and research

What to bring

• Hat

• Wet weather gear

• Food

• Drink bottle

• Sunscreen

• Closed toe shoes that can get wet e.g. gum boots, reef booties, old runners. No thongs or bare feet. Weather appropriate clothing. Adequate drinking water and snacks. Any inquiries please email Lachlan.Cohen@parks.vic.gov.au Phone: 0497330219

More information: https://www.parkconnect.vic.gov.au/Volunteer/public-planned-activity/?id=7028d504-2dcd-e911-a97d-000d3ad1c904

Sea Slug Census 18 January 2020 – Killarney



No Bookings Required



Come along and have Kade teach you all about Sea Slugs and the adventures they take around the bay, whilst being involved in citizen science by counting the number of sea slugs that you can find.



 

This Event is suitable for all ages. Children under 18 years must be accompanied by a supervising adult.





What to Bring…



Suitable clothing for the weather conditions – be sun smart




  • Sunscreen, sunglasses and a hat

  • Bottle of water

  • Insect repellant

  • Food eg. snacks

  • Sturdy Shoes no thongs

  • A happy disposition, an inquisitive nature and a smile!


Where to meet…

The meeting place for this activity is the Killarney beach carpark. 

Junior Rangers Rockpool Ramble – Sea Slug Search (for 10-12 years olds) 13 January 2020 – Port Phillip Heads Marine National Park


Join a Parks Victoria Ranger and discover the amazing plants and animals that live on our rocky shores. Hunt for sea slugs, the colourful cousins of the slimy slugs and snails that live in our veggie gardens. These beautiful animals look like something right out of a fairy tale, with more than 400 species to be found in Victoria’s rock pools and reefs.


This activity is SUITABLE FOR CHILDREN AGED 10-12, who must be accompanied by a parent or guardian.


Please bring water, sunscreen, insect repellent and wear enclosed shoes that can get wet (thongs not accepted), sunhat and clothing appropriate for the weather (e.g. rain jacket, beanie).


Activities may be rescheduled, changed or cancelled due to adverse weather or for emergency response.


Please meet the Ranger 5 minutes before the activity in the carpark at the base of the Point Lonsdale Lighthouse.

Citizen Scientist : Sea Shell Safari & Micro plastics Survey 06 January 2020

Become a marine citizen scientist for a day and help the Port Phillip Baykeeper collect data that contribute to healthier waterways and habitats for our unique biodiversity.


We will collect shells on the beach and identify them to learn about the important role of molluscs (shellfish) in the Bay ecosystem.The microplastics survey will help us gather data to guide targeted plastic pollution prevention.


This event is suitable for children above 6 years old. Children under 16 years of age must be supervised by an accompanying adult. 




 What to Bring …



  • Suitable clothing for weather conditions on the day

  • Bottle of water

  • Fly repellant

  • Snacks

  • Hat

  • Sturdy Shoes – no thongs

  • Sunscreen

  • a happy disposition, an inquisitive nature and a smile!


 Where to Meet …


Head towards Point Gellibrand lookout along Battery road – near Timeball Tower, Williamstown.




 

Citizen Scientist : Sea Shell Safari & Microplastics Survey 13 January 2020 – Port Melbourne

Citizen Scientist : Sea Shell Safari & Microplastics Survey 13 January 2020 Sandridge Beach, Port Melbourne


Become a marine citizen scientist for a day and help the Port Phillip Baykeeper collect data that contribute to healthier waterways and habitats for our unique biodiversity.


We will collect shells on the beach and identify them to learn about the important role of molluscs (shellfish) in the Bay ecosystem.The microplastics survey will help us gather data to guide targeted plastic pollution prevention.


This event is suitable for children above 6 years old. Children under 16 years of age must be supervised by an accompanying adult. 




What to Bring …



  • Suitable clothing for weather conditions on the day

  • Bottle of water

  • Fly repellant

  • Snacks

  • Hat

  • Sturdy Shoes – no thongs

  • Sunscreen

  • a happy disposition, an inquisitive nature and a smile!




Where to Meet …


The meeting place for this activity is Sandridge Beach, Port Melbourne Shoreline


5W68+2R Port Melbourne.




 

Citizen Scientist : Sea Shell Safari & Microplastics Survey 12 January 2020 Dromana

Citizen Scientist : Sea Shell Safari & Microplastics Survey 12 January 2020 – Dromana


Become a marine citizen scientist for a day and help the Port Phillip Baykeeper collect data that contribute to healthier waterways and habitats for our unique biodiversity.


We will collect shells on the beach and identify them to learn about the important role of molluscs (shellfish) in the Bay ecosystem.The microplastics survey will help us gather data to guide targeted plastic pollution prevention.


This event is suitable for children above 6 years old. Children under 16 years of age must be supervised by an accompanying adult. 


 


What to Bring …



  • Suitable clothing for weather conditions on the day

  • Bottle of water

  • Fly repellant

  • Snacks

  • Hat

  • Sturdy Shoes – no thongs

  • Sunscreen

  • a happy disposition, an inquisitive nature and a smile!



Where to Meet …


Dromana Shoreline, Dromana Pier Jetty, 3B Pier St Dromana VIC 3936





 


 

Citizen Scientist : Sea Shell Safari & Microplastics Survey 09 January 2020 – Seaford

Citizen Scientist : Sea Shell Safari & Microplastics Survey 09 January 2020 Seaford


Become a marine citizen scientist for a day and help the Port Phillip Baykeeper collect data that contribute to healthier waterways and habitats for our unique biodiversity.


We will collect shells on the beach and identify them to learn about the important role of molluscs (shellfish) in the Bay ecosystem. The microplastics survey will help us gather data to guide targeted plastic pollution prevention.


This event is suitable for children above 6 years old. Children under 16 years of age must be supervised by an accompanying adult. 


What to Bring …



  • Suitable clothing for weather conditions on the day

  • Bottle of water

  • Fly repellent

  • Snacks

  • Hat

  • Sturdy Shoes – no thongs

  • Sunscreen

  • a happy disposition, an inquisitive nature and a smile!


Where to Meet …


Seaford Shoreline, Seaford pier. Melways 99 D3, keep walking toward beach, past Beach Cafe Seaford


 

Citizen Scientist : Sea Shell Safari & Microplastics Survey 06 January 2020 – Altona

Citizen Scientist : Sea Shell Safari & Microplastics Survey 06 January 2020 Altona


Become a marine citizen scientist for a day and help the Port Phillip Baykeeper collect data that contribute to healthier waterways and habitats for our unique biodiversity.We will collect shells on the beach and identify them to learn about the important role of molluscs (shellfish) in the Bay ecosystem.The microplastics survey will help us gather data to guide targeted plastic pollution prevention.This event is suitable for children above 6 years old. Children under 16 years of age must be supervised by an accompanying adult.


What to Bring …



  • Suitable clothing for weather conditions on the day

  • Bottle of water

  • Fly repellant

  • Snacks

  • Hat

  • Sturdy Shoes – no thongs

  • Sunscreen

  • a happy disposition, an inquisitive nature and a smile!




Where to Meet …


Altona Shoreline, Altona Pier. Melways 54 H12


 


Citizen Scientist : Sea Shell Safari & Microplastics Survey 04 January 2020 – St Leonards




Become a marine citizen scientist for a day and help the Port Phillip Baykeeper collect data that contribute to healthier waterways and habitats for our unique biodiversity.


We will collect shells on the beach and identify them to learn about the important role of molluscs (shellfish) in the Bay ecosystem.The microplastics survey will help us gather data to guide targeted plastic pollution prevention.


This event is suitable for children above 6 years old. Children under 16 years of age must be supervised by an accompanying adult. 




 What to Bring …



  • Suitable clothing for weather conditions on the day

  • Bottle of water

  • Fly repellant

  • Snacks

  • Hat

  • Sturdy Shoes – no thongs

  • Sunscreen

  • a happy disposition, an inquisitive nature and a smile!


 Where to Meet …


St Leonards Shoreline, Meet at Carpark near Corner of Mcleod street and Bluff Road, Melways 460 B12,