Join us for a series of upcoming bird walks in our local catchments area, visit and revisit wonderful local sites and help us to further assess Brisbane’s inner western bird populations. Our feathered friends are exceptionally good indicators of environmental health. Some of our sites are used as temporary home during seasonal and altitudinal migration which makes all survey walks all the more exciting. Many of our sites are undergoing rehabilitation work under BCC’s Habitat Brisbane, at other sites CWCN has taken the initiative and progresses improvements with support of BCC’s CCO Program, both helped with funds from Council, State Government or other grant providers. Birds, especially small birds, are indicators of how successful we have been just yet. There is so much to learn during all walks, be it about native flora, signs of other than avian fauna, about the functioning of wildlife movement corridors, the health of our waterways, and also about threats to habitat.
Wear sturdy walking shoes and protective clothing. BYO water bottle and binoculars (of the latter we have a few on stand-by too). Lyn Cole, as always, will guide us and generously share her knowledge. Please note, some of the walks during May and June start half an hour later. Information on our bird walks is also available on www.cwcn.org.au. If you have questions contact us via firstname.lastname@example.org or ring 3878 4581. Kindly RSVP for these bird walks. Thank you.