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Sat, 20 July

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B4C Office & Sustainability Centre

Rat problems, Owl solutions Seminar

Join us as part of this year's Peaks to Points Festival as we illuminate the remarkable world of owls, spotlighting their exceptional pest control abilities and the peril posed by rat poisons.

Rat problems, Owl solutions Seminar
Rat problems, Owl solutions Seminar

Time & Location

20 July 2024, 10:00 am – 12:00 pm

B4C Office & Sustainability Centre, Old Cleveland Rd, Carindale QLD 4152, Australia

About the Event

Rat problems, owl solutions - Seminar with Stefan Hattingh  

Join us as part of this year's Peaks to Points Festival as we illuminate the remarkable world of owls, spotlighting their exceptional pest control  abilities and the peril posed by rat poisons.  

Owls, as predators, play an important role in the ecosystem by curbing   small animal populations, with mammals, notably rodents, forming a   significant portion of their prey. Barn owls, found on every continent except Antarctica, are valuable   biological pest controllers. Nesting near or within farm fields, they   specialise in rodent hunting, with a  single pair of barn owls eradicating thousands of rodents annually.  

Presented by Stefan Hattingh, this event delves into the captivating realm of owls. Discover the profound impact of rat poisons on owls and other   wildlife, and learn how you can contribute to the solution. Limited spaces available. Please secure your spot. Light refreshments provided. Venue: Bulimba Creek Catchment Coordinating Committee Discovery Centre, Entrance at 21 Wright St, Carindale

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