Discover life on the wild side!
To increase knowledge and understanding of the Mount Majura bush-land, both our own and that of the Canberra community, we organise walks on the mountain and talks on conservation and biodiversity topics.
Walks are guided by people with expert knowledge. Sometimes the walk leaders are Park Rangers, sometimes one of our members. Sometimes another organisation, such as Canberra Ornithologists Group, provides the leader.
Walk and talk topics
- (Report) Tackling Indian Myna – The Cane Toad on Wings (Talk 15 May 2008)
- (Report) Research on the Eastern Grey Kangaroo in the ACT (Talk 17 April 2008)
- (Report) Good Mothers and Family Life among the Huntsman Spiders (Talk 13 March 2008)
- Along a Trail with Ants (report on Talk and Walk as word.doc)
- Wildflowers of Mt Majura
- Trees of Mt Majura
- World Environment Day 2007: Walk, Talk & Tea
- Biodiversity in our Backyard. Suburban Stewardship for a Sustainable City.
- Walking with Ants
- How Native Plants Respond to Fire. Examples from the Canberra Region.