Wild Wild Inner West: Nature in the CityTalk Adults
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Cities are thought of as barren landscapes, the perfect film location for cowboy-westerns of the natural world. But is this really the case?
Join us for a pub talk on urban ecology and uncover how Sydney’s Inner West is home to a rich variety of native wildlife like bandicoots, bees, and powerful owls that are reclaiming the urban landscape. We’ll discover that our cities are not as devoid of action as we might think.
– Associate Professor Dieter Hochuli is an ecologist in the School of Life and Environmental Sciences at The University of Sydney. His research covers the mechanisms driving the ecology of a range of species, urban ecology, and habitat restoration.
– Professor Angela Moles is a plant ecologist in the School of Biological, Earth and Environmental Sciences at The University of New South Wales. Her research covers the ecological strategies employed by plant species in different environments, including the urban environment.
– Dr Matthew Pye is a botanist in the School of Biological, Earth and Environmental Sciences at The University of Sydney. His research covers plant biology and production, ecology and evolution.