Waterbug Census monitoring - Organ Pipes National Park

Saturday, 25 March 2017

Join Waterwatch and the Friends of Organ Pipes NP and learn how to identify waterbugs from Jacksons Creek. You can also find out how to become involved in the Waterbug Census at your local waterway.

The monitoring day will cover:
  • how to sample for macroinvertebrate including field safety
  • identifying live macroinvertebrates using the Agreed Level Taxonomy System
Date
Saturday 25 March 2017
Time
​10am - 2pm
Location
​Organ Pipes National Park, Organ Pipes Rd, Keilor North
Cost
​Free. Bookings essential.
Comments
​Bookings essential to waterwatch@melbournewater.com.au or call Melbourne Water on 131 722. Lunch included.
Category
Healthy Waterways/Waterwatch, Community

Macroinvertebrates (or waterbugs) are very important for the health of the waterway as they are a key part of the food chain and can tell us about the health of the ecosystem. See the Waterbug Census for more details.

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