Wet and Wild Walks - Mudflats
Join us for walks along a range of Dunedin seashores and learn about the diversity and adaptation of the marine critters that live between the tides. Don’t worry if you don’t want to leave home, or get wet, these field trips will be live streamed to your living room! Participants will have lots of opportunity to ask questions, share their observations and learn how to contribute to a range of citizen science projects. This walk (one in a series of four) will muck around in Otago’s mudflats with Dr. Jean McKinnon, a teaching fellow in the Department of Marine Science.
This event will go forward in most weather conditions. Please come prepared with appropriate clothing and sturdy footwear. In the case of particularly bad weather, participants will be notified of cancellation 24 hours in advance by email.
This programme will be livestreamed and recorded. If you do not wish to be a part of the video, please discuss this with the event coordinators upon your arrival.
To join us from home, tune in at the above date and time to the NZ Marine Studies Centre's Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/NZMarineStudiesCentre/