Join us for a pre-event get together at the Broome Bird Observatory (BBO) to participate in a bird log, watch a seagrass monitoring training video and hear a special presentation by WA Museum Curator of Crustaceans and Worms Dr Andrew Hosie.
This will be followed by an optional sleepover, allowing for easy access to the Black Ledge seagrass monitoring event happening close by the next morning.
If opting to sleep-over, check-in for rooms is from 2pm and accommodation can be booked online directly with the BBO (http://www.broomebirdobservatory.com/accommodation)
Note that visitors are welcome to enjoy the BBO and surrounds anytime with The Clive Minton Discovery Centre also open 8am to 4pm every day of the week.
You can read more about the Broome Community Seagrass Monitoring Project here.
2pm: Check in (for those staying overnight)
6:30pm: Bird log, training video and presentation by Dr Andrew Hosie.
Meet at the BBO Shade House. BBO is located at the end of Crab Creek Road (do not use Google Maps)
Distance from town centre: 40 mins drive (4WD recommended - the section of Crab Creek Road, which is dirt, can be in poor condition)
End of Crab Creek Road (do not use Google Maps)
Broome, WA 6725
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