Trees of Mt Majura Walk

When:
24 July 2016 @ 2:00 pm – 4:00 pm
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Where:
Nature reserve gate on Mackenzie Street
33/35 MacKenzie St
Hackett ACT 2602
Australia
Cost:
Free
Contact:
0408 429 214
Old hollow bearing trees at the Majura paddock such as this Brittle gum provide habitat for nesting birds and for mammals.

Old hollow bearing trees at the Majura paddock such as this Brittle gum provide habitat for nesting birds and for mammals.

Enjoy a winter walk through Mount Majura’s beautiful woodlands and forests. Learn to identify local trees, see where they occur and find out how they survive fire and drought. Local ecologist Michael Doherty will lead this medium grade informative walk along the Casuarina Trail. Walk up to the snow gums then back down to the Black Cypress forest.

Bring: Sturdy shoes, water, warm clothes, and a gold coin donation for a tree guide.

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