If you’re in Auckland tomorrow night and you want to hear tales of the Kermadecs expedition firsthand – and find out what the intrepid explorers have discovered since they got back – you’re invited to join Tom Trnski and Peter J. de Lange at Auckland Museum. For blog followers who loved the images they sent off the boat, there are many more to enjoy in the presentations. Entry for the lecture is a gold coin donation.
Auditorium (South Entrance)
Thursday 4th August 2011
In May 2011 a team headed by Tom Trnski, Head of Research at Auckland Museum journeyed to the Kermadec Islands to discover what New Zealand’s last remaining unfished area was hiding above and below sea level. The expedition was a collaborative project and the team included researchers from Auckland Museum, Te Papa, Department of Conservation, NIWA and Australian Museum.
Come along to hear Tom Trnski and Peter J. de Lange, Plant Specialist from the Department of Conservation talk about their successes, share photos of their experiences and relay stories about a trip of a lifetime!
Please register your interest with Andrea or Greta at Auckland Museum, ph 09 306 7923 or email email@example.com