Events

Baha’i Temple Bushcare – Saving our Species: Grevillea caleyi

Grevillea caleyi is critically endangered, being found only near Terrey Hills, Belrose and Ingleside in the whole world  and it desperately needs our help to survive. PNHA have a grant that funds contractors to work here, in partnership with the NSW Office of Environment and Heritage, but also need volunteers. Final 2017 Dates TBA

Join us for the final Guided Birdwalks of 2017 led by local bird expert Kerry Smith:

 

Sunday 17th September, Irrawong Reserve

Irrawong Reserve is an excellent patch of bushland forming a vital link between Warriewood Wetlands and Ingleside Chase Reserve. Irrawong Reserve features a stand of Wet Sclerophyll and Lilly Pilly Closed Forest attracting Rainforest dependant species that are rare in urban areas and has a bird list of 130 species!

When: 8am

Where: Meet at the far end of Irrawong Road

Bring: Binoculars, water, insect repellent & morning tea if you wish

Bookings (not essential) and Enquiries: pnhabirdwatching@gmail.com or 0402 605 721

 

 

Sunday 26th November, Warriewood Wetlands

Warriewood Wetlands has a range of habitats which make it one of Sydney’s birding hotspots. We’ll be looking out for the summer migratory species as they settle in to breed.

When: 8am

Where: Meet at Katoa Close, North Narrabeen

Bring: Binoculars, water, insect repellent & morning tea if you wish

Bookings (not essential) and Enquiries: pnhabirdwatching@gmail.com or 0402 605 721

 

 

 

 

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