Did you see under Tin Can Bay Inlet?

Cooloola Coastcare presentation about the Cooloola Underwater Biodiversity Assessment studyThe Cooloola Coastcare presentation about the Cooloola Underwater Biodiversity Assessment study drew Rainbow Beach residents and visitors to the Rainbow Beach Community Hall last month.

Over 60 people turned out to hear marine biologist and underwater cameraman, Josh Jensen, explain what’s living in Tin Can Inlet at two popular fishing spots.

Attendees saw Josh’s underwater camera, a beast in itself! There were surprising and endearing creatures, but also some concerning damage in the form of “crop circles” created by the chains on moorings and anchored boats.

Missed it? See a short summary at: http://bit.ly/cuba-project-video

This project is supported by the Burnett Mary Regional Group, through funding from the Australian Government’s National Landcare Programme and the Gympie Regional Council.

Cooloola Coastcare’s new Webmaster and Digital Content Manager, Randy Orwin, put his tech skills to good use, giving the Cooloola Coastcare’s website a makeover.

You can stay in touch with upcoming events and projects or join Coastcare online. Check it out on your computer or phone at www.cooloolacoastcare.org.au