Due to adverse weather conditions, this event has been postponed. Please contact sci.advancement@uq.edu.au for more information.
Associate Professor Ian Tibbetts is the Director of International Programs for the School of Biological Sciences, and a founding Director on the Board of The Moreton Bay Foundation and Chair of its Research Advisory Committee.
 
Associate Professor Tibbetts has spent considerable marine field research and teaching time at the University of Queensland’s research stations on North Stradbroke Island (Minjerribah) and Heron Island. He currently teaches ichthyology and marine biology and has published on a substantial size range fishes from gobies to tiger sharks. He has also received the University of Queensland’s award for excellence in teaching.
 
Join Associate Professor Tibbetts for a guided walk in the rich intertidal zone - exploring mudflats, molluscs and migratory bird habitats. Join the conversation about the role of mud in habitat degradation and restoration right here in Brisbane.
 
Partners and friends are very welcome. Suitable for ages 4 and up; children 4-14 must be accompanied by an adult. Please wear covered shoes (that can get wet), sun protection and bring a water bottle. Refreshments will be provided after the walk.
 
With only 20 spots available, please register to secure your spot.
 
Time: 10.45am - 12noon, followed by refreshment.

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“Park North”, Wellington Point Recreation Reserve

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