Did you know that Cowra was recently visited by a rare Regent Honeyeater?
With only an estimated 400 Regent Honeyeaters left in the wild so just spotting one can be a difficult enough task without taking into account the number of more common honeyeaters that can look deceptively similar! To help spread the word Central Tablelands Local Land Services are inviting anyone interested in birds, from beginners to the advanced, to come along to a free workshop and breakfast to learn how to identify birds native to the Cowra region.
Leading the day will be BirdLife Australia’s Central West NSW Woodland Birds Project Officer, Kathleen Davies, who will guide participants through an early morning bird walk to look, listen and identify local bird species you’ll find on farm or in town.
Once you’ve worked up an appetite we’ll be putting on breakfast before the group will also have the chance to hear more about the different Woodland Bird projects currently happening in the Central Tablelands and the Central West and how they can be involved in helping Woodland Birds whether it be on your farm or in your backyard.
FREE EVENT! 7am for 7.30am start – 10.30am, Tea, Coffee and Breakfast available
JT Pridham Conference Centre, Cowra Agricultural Research and Advisory Station, Binni Creek Road Please bring binoculars, notebook and pen, sunscreen, hat, enclosed walking shoes, drinking water and a bird field guide if you have one and camera if you like! RSVP Essential: firstname.lastname@example.org or 02 6341 9322 by COB Friday 11 October