Learn about recording reptiles

Updated August 30 2016 - 12:45pm, first published 10:30am
The new NatureMapr app helps the Atlas of Life and citizen scientists record sightings of local reptiles. Photo of yellow-bellied water skink by Harrison Warne.
The new NatureMapr app helps the Atlas of Life and citizen scientists record sightings of local reptiles. Photo of yellow-bellied water skink by Harrison Warne.

If you want to learn about conserving reptiles in our region, Atlas of Life has organised a field naturalist talk at the Tura Marrang Library on Friday, September 2 at 2pm with Geoff Robertson, of Canberra who will talk about using citizen science to learn more.

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