Bookings are now open for 2018. This engaging and authentic depth study and excursion addresses the syllabus inquiry question “What effect can one species have on the other in a community”. Our focus will be the relationship between the endangered Spotted Tailed Quoll and introduced Red Fox. Pre and Post visit as well as an assessment task can contribute to a 9hr depth study task. Visit our excursion webpage to complete these tasks.
“Checking the Pulse of the Hawkesbury River” is a United Nations University endorsed partnership between Brewongle and the University of Western Sydney to monitor water quality and algal diversity. Your students will be river ecologists for a day and discover field methods used to assess river health. With University experts, state of the art equipment and the fabulous river these days fill up quickly!
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Using an inquiry based approach with optional depth studies extension, this excursion addresses the inquiry question “How do introduced species affect the Australian Environment and ecosystems?” with a focus on the red fox and its impacts at Brewongle EEC. Students will utilise cutting edge field work techniques including Camera Traps and Nest Box fauna surveys. Students can utilise our excursion webpage to assist with a 9hr depth study.