Australian Wildlife Education: Wild Chats

The importance of Keystone Species and How Everything is Connected | Sera Steves

July 26, 2021 Jodie Creek Season 1 Episode 27
The importance of Keystone Species and How Everything is Connected | Sera Steves
Australian Wildlife Education: Wild Chats
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Australian Wildlife Education: Wild Chats
The importance of Keystone Species and How Everything is Connected | Sera Steves
Jul 26, 2021 Season 1 Episode 27
Jodie Creek

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The following Wild Chat is with Sera Steves a Zoologist and advocate for all things Wildlife and an extremely dedicated advisor and spokesperson for our Spectacled Flying Foxes, found right here in North Queensland's Wet Tropics.


Today Sera talks to us about the importance of keystone species, like bats and cassowaries, and how they play a crucial role in the environment. We go deep in understanding how everything is connected and what may happen if we lose a particular species.


Sadly our Spectacled Flying Fox is endangered and today we chat more about these gorgeous flying mammals, what role they play in our rainforests and why they should be listed as critically endangered.


I absolutely loved listening to Sera’s knowledge and her passion for our Aussie Wildlife.


To connect with Sera you can find her here:  


http://www.instagram.com/sera_loves_crocs


http://www.batsoc.org.au


http://www.questagame.com


Don’t forget to connect with me over on our socials:


http://www.instagram.com/australian_wildlife_education or http://www.facebook.com/australianwildlifeeducation



Email - jodie@australianwildlifeeducation.com or jodie@zootoyou.com.au


Enjoy the following Wild Chat!


Support the Show.

We hope you enjoyed that Wild Chat!
To continue delivering educational wildlife material we need your support! Please subscribe, share and review our podcast and for a step further you can help us out by clicking on the "buy me a coffee " link or "support the show" link here.

We appreciate your support and feedback so please reach out to us any time via the following contact:
Email - thewildchatspodcast@gmail.com
Instagram - http://www.instagram.com/australian_wildlife_education
Facebook - http://www.facebook.com/australianwildlifeeducation
Website - https://www.zootoyou.com.au

Jodie Creek and Matt Cornish

Show Notes

Send us a Text Message.

The following Wild Chat is with Sera Steves a Zoologist and advocate for all things Wildlife and an extremely dedicated advisor and spokesperson for our Spectacled Flying Foxes, found right here in North Queensland's Wet Tropics.


Today Sera talks to us about the importance of keystone species, like bats and cassowaries, and how they play a crucial role in the environment. We go deep in understanding how everything is connected and what may happen if we lose a particular species.


Sadly our Spectacled Flying Fox is endangered and today we chat more about these gorgeous flying mammals, what role they play in our rainforests and why they should be listed as critically endangered.


I absolutely loved listening to Sera’s knowledge and her passion for our Aussie Wildlife.


To connect with Sera you can find her here:  


http://www.instagram.com/sera_loves_crocs


http://www.batsoc.org.au


http://www.questagame.com


Don’t forget to connect with me over on our socials:


http://www.instagram.com/australian_wildlife_education or http://www.facebook.com/australianwildlifeeducation



Email - jodie@australianwildlifeeducation.com or jodie@zootoyou.com.au


Enjoy the following Wild Chat!


Support the Show.

We hope you enjoyed that Wild Chat!
To continue delivering educational wildlife material we need your support! Please subscribe, share and review our podcast and for a step further you can help us out by clicking on the "buy me a coffee " link or "support the show" link here.

We appreciate your support and feedback so please reach out to us any time via the following contact:
Email - thewildchatspodcast@gmail.com
Instagram - http://www.instagram.com/australian_wildlife_education
Facebook - http://www.facebook.com/australianwildlifeeducation
Website - https://www.zootoyou.com.au

Jodie Creek and Matt Cornish