• SPOT THAT WHALE – Mobile exhibit

    by  • September 8, 2017 • Announcements

    SPOT THAT WHALE mobile exhibit on again during September and October

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    It’s whale watching time as the Humpbacks start to head back south on their way home to Antarctica. As they cruise past our headlands and bays, those of us lucky enough to see them may get to witness some magnificant and energetic behaviours typical of these huge marine mammals. However, there are many of us who don’t, and so this year, we’d like to help!

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    SPOTTING THAT WHALE at Rotary Lookout, Eden, NSW

    In conjunction with National Parks and Wildlife Services (NPWS) and Wild About Whales, come and join us up at the Rotary Lookout in Eden, (top of Imlay street) where we will help you to spot, locate, see and indentify whales as they make their way home.

    Our mobile whale watching exhibit comprises of several sets of binoculars, ID and information sheets, books and a range of supporting information about whales, marine life and the local area. Let us help you to see the different types of whales and recognise some of their energetic behaviours such as  tail slapping, pec slapping and breaching.

    This is an outdoor activity and is FREE to join. Rotary lookout has  public picnic, bbq and toilet facilities, plenty of parking and a playground for the kids.

    Visit us from 10am to 12pm each Tuesday and Wednesday during the months of September and October – weather permitting

    For more information please call the Sapphire Coast Marine Discovery centre on 02 6496 1699 or NPWS on 02 6495 5000

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    Kerryn Wood

    About

    Kerryn has been employed at the Discovery Centre since 2011 and is currently responsible for management of the Centre , is the Volunteer co-ordinator and a qualified Snorkel Instructor. Kerryn shares a great passion for the marine environment and is happy to take anyone snorkelling, anytime :). Kerryn has a an Associate Degree in Coastal Management (SCU) and a Masters in Writing (Swinburne, VIC)

    http://www.sapphirecoastdiscovery.com.au