The Port Arthur Historic Site Management Authority presents this semi-regular series of Talks by authoritative speakers on a variety of topics, ranging from history and conservation to environmental issues, research results, study tours and much more. Rich and varied subjects and speakers make for fascinating listening and discussion.
Held every couple of months at the Junior Medical Officer’s Conference Room at Port Arthur Historic Site, the Talks are free of charge and open to anyone who is interested in the topic.
This Talk is on:
Shoot, Catalogue, Eat: Interacting with nature at a Tasmanian penal station
by Drs Caitlin Vertigan and Richard Tuffin
Building at the rear of the Junior Medical Officer’s House, Port Arthur Historic Site
Light refreshments provided
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