PUBLIC EVENT: Professor Robert Hill presents to the Butterfly Conservation South Australia

The Butterfly Conservation South Australia presents monthly public talks by specialists is a diverse range of fields relevant to butterfly conservation. Professor Bob Hill will be presenting at an upcoming evening event.

Title: Evolution of the southern Australian vegetation – the world’s biggest climate change experiment
When: Tuesday 5th November 2019
Time: 6:30pm – 8:30pm
Where: Plympton Community Centre, 34 Long Street Plympton, South Australia 5038
200 metres east of Marion Rd, and 300 metres north of Anzac Highway
Please bring supper to share, tea/coffee will be supplied.
Entry: Entry by donation (minimum of $2), RSVP not required

Professor Robert Hill will explain how 45 million years ago, southern Australia was attached to Antarctica and was covered in diverse and dense tropical rainforest. Through time, the climate has dried, and the rainforests have been replaced by a mosaic of dry-adapted vegetation.

At the start of each meeting a ten minutes presentation on a ‘Butterfly of the Month’ will be given by a BCSA committee member.

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