Accompany bird enthusiast Peter Miller for an early morning stroll and see, listen to and learn about Mt Majura’s birds that nest, fledge and sing in spring.
Sunday, 9 November 2014, 8.00 am (sharp) to 10.00 am
Meet at the nature park entrance Mackenzie Street roughly opposite Grayson St, Hackett (click on map)
Bring sun protection, sturdy shoes, binoculars, if you have them and a gold coin for a species list and pocket guide.
Enquiries: firstname.lastname@example.org or ph. 6248 8955
The grassy woodlands and open forests of Mt Majura provide habitat to a wide range of resident and visiting birds from the majestic Wedge-tailed Eagle to the tiny Weebill. There have been confirmed sightings of 112 different bird species in the nature reserve (Canberra Ornithologists Group) including some rare and endangered species such as the Glossy Black Cockatoo – click here to view some photographs of GBC taken recently on Mt Majura.
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Share photos of Mt Majura’s birds @ FoMM Flickr.