Join Cumberland Bird Observers Club member Keith Brandwood for two local birdwatching tours.Try out your bird identification skills on twolocaltours which will be led by well-known ornithologist and member of the Cumberland Bird Observers’ Club, Keith Brandwood.
The first tour, entitled ‘Inhabitants of our precious wetlands’ is on Tuesday, October 13 at 7.30am at Pitt Town. Birds to spot there will beherons, egrets, ibis, swamphens, coots, dusky moorhens, fivespecies of duck and even possiblymigratory birds from Russia/Siberia, if conditions are suitable.
The second tour is called ‘Hear and see the operatic dawn chorus’ onSaturday, October 17 at5.45am at Ebenezer. Look out for sacred kingfishers, rufous, golden whistlers, mistletoe birds,crested shrike-tits, scarlet honeyeaters, eastern yellow robins and white-throated gerygones.
Birdwatchers should wear enclosed footwear and bring along binoculars, sun cream, water and a light snack.
Places are limited for these tours. Register and get location details or find out more by contacting Council’sbushcare officerMartin Gauci on4560 4525 or email [email protected]论坛.
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