The George Mason Charitable Trust has sponsored two scientists who work on the Auckland and Antipodes Islands to be in New Plymouth to talk about their work with the Antipodean albatross. They will describe how they have attached GPS satellite tracking devices to albatrosses to work out where the albatrosses are dying at sea, and the impact these losses are having on the populations. The Trust has recently sponsored one of the GPS satellite devices.
Kath and Graeme will be speaking on the 11th March, 7:00pm-8:00pm at the New Plymouth Central Baptist Church, 89 Liardet Street, New Plymouth. There is a koha entry to help recover the Antipodean albatross.