This year’s forum was held at the Western Plains Zoo at Dubbo from 12th – 15th September. A fascinating mixture of landholders, volunteers, project officers and academics made up a crowd of around 150 attendees. Dubbo put on its best weather for the event and the zoo backdrop was the perfect complement to the presentations.
The National Malleefowl Recovery Team has members in New South Wales, Victoria, South Australia and Western Australia and all states were represented. Chair of the NMRT, Sharon Gillam, who incidentally painted the malleefowl logo for the event, got the ball rolling and opened the forum and her team of organisers headed by Melanie Bannerman and Tim Burnard made everything run smoothly from that point.
The various speakers will be dealt with in some detail later, but Malleefowl Monarto wishes to thank the organisers for an exemplary event that will be difficult to top at the sixth national forum in three years time.
Photo: The goodies bag at the forum with the Malleefowl Monarto flyer included
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