|Date:||October 26, 2017|
|Event:||Daryl McPhee speaks about Moreton Bay - 26 October|
|Topic:||Environmental history of Moreton Bay - Darryl McPhee|
|Venue:||Redlands Multi-Sports Club|
|Location:||Cnr Randall and Bailey Roads
Daryl McPhee, author of Environmental History and Ecology of Moreton Bay will be the guest speaker at Redlands2030’s next monthly meeting.
DATE: Thursday 26 October 2017
TIME: 6 pm (6:30pm start)
PLACE: Redlands Multi-Sports Club – Bailey Rd Entrance – see map
Reserve a seat by RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org
Daryl McPhee and Moreton Bay
The south-east Queensland region is currently experiencing the most rapid urbanisation in Australia.
This growth in human population, industry and infrastructure puts pressure on the unique and diverse natural environment of Moreton Bay.
Much loved by locals and holiday-goers, Moreton Bay is also an important biogeographic region because its coral reefs, seagrass beds, mangroves and saltmarshes provide a suitable environment for both tropical and temperate species.
The Bay supports a large number of species of global conservation significance, including marine turtles, dugongs, dolphins, whales and migratory shorebirds, which use the area for feeding or breeding.
Daryl McPhee is Associate Professor of Environmental Science at Bond University.
You can hear Daryl McPhee and Emma Griffiths talk about Moreton Bay’s unique corals, significant wildlife and Indigenous history on ABC 612 Drive
- History of Toondah Harbour development plans presentation
- Toondah Action Group
- Toondah petition
- ‘Welcome back shorebirds’ event
- Operation Belcarra findings and recommendations
Redlands2030 – 16 October 2017