Bird Walk – Friends of Mount Majura
May 022017
 

A male Scarlet Robin, Petroica boodang. The species is at risk of extinction and declared vulnerable in the ACT and NSW. Photo Canberra Nature Map, taken on Mt Majura.

Walk through the woodlands with bird enthusiast Peter Miller to spot, observe, listen to, identify and learn about the amazing variety of birds on Mount Majura.

Sunday, 14 May, 8am (sharp) to 10am

Meet at nature reserve entrance Mackenzie Street, roughly opposite Grayson Street, Hackett; view this map.

Please bring: Binoculars,, a camera if you have one, walking boots and a Gold Coin donation for a bird list.

Enquiries: 6248 8955 or secretary@majura.org

We are particularly interested in Scarlet Robins. If you spot a Scarlet Robin please take a picture and register on Canberra Nature Map. Scarlet Robin, Petroica boodang is declared a vulnerable species in the ACT and NSW; read this Canberra Times article.

Learn more about Scarlet Robin: read this Profile

A female Scarlet Robin. Photo: Geoffrey Dabb

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