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Common Enemy, Trash.

On the 15th of July the Mentors and YATZ met again for the second of our workshops post lock down at the picturesque Brighton beach. After a few warm ups and energizers, we met up with the wonderful people of…

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Rainforests and their Birds

On the 10th of July, the YATZ group were reunited at Adelaide Zoo for the first workshop after quarantine. Todays workshop’s theme was Rainforests and their birds. We started by being sorted into groups, by being given different animal sounds…

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The Unicorn of Vietnam

Since the YATZ program has gone online, the Mentor team have been developing conservation-based activities for us to engage with at home. Last month, we had the opportunity to get creative and learn about a particular endangered animal that interested…

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YATZ Online: Endangered Animal Activity

The activity that I created for YATZ Online was Endangered Animal Artwork! In this activity, the YATZ were tasked with researching and writing about an endangered animal that they didn’t know much information on and then creating an art piece…

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Hey there! Sumatran Tiger Delilah is out and about on exhibit. Feel free to start singing ⁦@plainwhitets⁩… https://t.co/1zpXfRWmev

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