Check out this gem among our rehabilitation sites, located very close to the CBD. It’s part of the Mt Coot-tha Forest Park, althought South-East of the Western Freeway and connected through bushland to the Sandy and Witton Creeks catchments. We know of larger birds such as the Powerful Owl and Goshawks frequenting the area. Rehabilitation work intends to also bring the small birds back and enhance the wildlife corridor in an otherwise densely populated area.
Meeting Point: Road Reserve at cnr Kent St and Broseley Rd, Toowong (UBD 158 K17)
Wear sturdy walking shoes and protecting clothing. BYO water bottle and binoculars (of the latter we have a few on standj-by too). Lyn Cole, as always, will guide us and generously share her knowledge. Information on our bird walks is also available on http://www.cwcn.org.au. If you have questions contact us via firstname.lastname@example.org or ring 38784581. Kindly RSVP for these bird walks. Thank you.