Citizen Science - Advanced Rock Pool Search and Photography with Janine Baker - Sea Slugs and Snails - 15th October
- Durée: 90 Minutes (environ)
- Lieu: South Australia
- Code produit: PANBWP
Join EMS guides, Marine Janine, and guest citizen scientists for a rock pool search and photography session on the intertidal reef at northern O’Sullivan Beach, towards the Port Stanvac fence line. The area is home to a wide variety of sea slugs, snails, chitons, keyhole limpets, and many other marine invertebrates. The rock pool search provides an opportunity for attendees to put their slug- and snail-finding and photography skills into practice. Please bring a waterproof camera or splashproof phone if you have one. A limited number of waterproof cameras will be available for loan on the day.
NOTE: Participants in this event need to have previously watched the Zoom / Facebook Live webcast on Sea Slugs of Green Adelaide Region AND/OR attended the live presentation at Hallett Cove Civic Centre, on Slugs and Snails of the Green Adelaide Region.
NOTE: If the weather is not conducive to rock pool searching on 15th October, the alternative date we have planned is 30th October. SAVE BOTH SATURDAY 15th OCTOBER AND SUNDAY 30TH OCTOBER IN YOUR CALENDAR. THIS EVENT IS SCHEDULED FOR SATURDAY 15TH OCTOBER BUT IF THE EVENT IS CANCELLED, WE WILL RESCHEDULE ALL PAID PARTICIPANTS TO SUNDAY 30TH OCTOBER. IF THE 30th OCTOBER EVENT DOESN'T GO AHEAD THEN EMS WILL RUN A SECOND O'SULLIVAN'S BEACH ROCK POOL SEARCH FOR ALL PAID PARTICIPANTS, AT A DATE TO BE ADVISED IN NOVEMBER.
NOTE: This event is for adults, and for children aged 10 years and over who are accompanied by an adult. The reef at northern O’Sullivan Beach is NOT suitable for young children.
NOTE: Some rocks at O’Sullivan Beach intertidal Reef can be slippery. For safety reasons, participants in this event should have full mobility and must wear suitable non-slip footwear (e.g. reef shoes or sneakers/sports shoes). NO THONGS OR SANDALS ARE PERMITTED.
NOTE: All participants need to attend ON TIME, for the compulsory safety briefing about reef hazards.
(NOTE: This field event is scheduled for adults, teens, and children aged 10 years and over who are accompanied by an adult. Participants should have attended the previous citizen science training event and/or watched the Zoom presentation: HERE).
Duration: 90 Minutes (approx.)
Date and Time: 15th October 2022, 12.30 PM (PLEASE ARRIVE ON TIME FOR THE COMPULSORY REEF SAFETY BRIEFING).
Location: O'Sullivans Beach Boat Ramp - meet at Marquee near Kiosk /toilet block.
This event is supported by EMS, and partly supported by a Green Adelaide Grassroots Grant to Janine Baker, Marine Ecologist and Educator.