In these sessions we’ll explore mobile apps and online tools that can help with each of these, and more!
We’ll discuss the Atlas of Living Australia, the national biodiversity database.
And citizen science apps including iNaturalist and FrogID. These tools are great for having your nature records verified and shared to the Atlas.
They offer a way to learn about nature as well as make your contributions available for others, including for science.
These sessions are suitable for those looking to get started with any of these apps as well as experienced users wanting to find out about additional functions.
Choose from two session times on Wed 8 November.
Morning: 10am – 11:30am
Evening: 7pm – 8:30pm
FREE, but places are limited.
Optional, you may like to bring:
– Smart phone, laptop or tablet
– Digital photos of nature
For event enquiries contact Karen, email@example.com or 0428 629 099.
This event is hosted by Wodonga Urban Landcare Network in partnership with Wodonga Council and funded by the Australian Government’s Murray—Darling Healthy Rivers Program.