During this depth study students will have the opportunity to directly engage with scientists and experts working in the field of Conservation Biology. They will develop an understanding of the role that these expert’s scientific skills, research and fieldwork play in protecting some of Australia’s most vulnerable animals and ecosystems. Students will have the unique privilege of experiencing science in action as they visit the Plains Wanderer and Bilby breeding facilities established within the Taronga Western Plains Zoo Sanctuary. Using these breeding programs as case studies students will learn about how our experts are negotiating challenges to help save animals on the brink of extinction, and ultimately help protect the Earth’s rich biodiversity.
This excursion will contribute five hours to a depth study and is complimented by pre and post-excursion activities.
- This program is offered Virtually, please e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org to organise a suitable date
This program is delivered virtually