Workshops and Presentations
Cetacean Science Connections workshops are designed to develop skills in understanding science, cetacean research, and stewardship.
Cetacean Sisters – workshops designed to engage, educate, and inspire women both young and young at heart, and develop an interest in science.
Cetacean Stewards – workshops that will develop your skills as a cetacean citizen scientist. You will learn how to identify local cetacean species, what information to record during a sighting and where you can contribute your sighting to
Sit back and relax and learn more about our local cetaceans and marine life at a Cetacean Science Connections presentation. Designed for groups, these informative talks will further your knowledge about the marine life calls out local bays home.
How common are our common dolphins? This presentation will introduce you to the other resident dolphins species in Port Phillip, the common dolphins. With a smaller community and spatial range than the well-known bottlenose dolphins, these dolphins are an important part of the Port Phillip ecosystem. But, how common are common dolphin communities like this one?
The beauty within our bay – We often head to the tropics for the beautiful marine life, but do you know what can be found within our local bays? This presentation will introduce to the charismatic cetaceans and beautiful marine life that can be found within Port Phillip and Western Port. This presentation showcases imagery from local marine photographers.