Can you pick a Buff-rumped Thornbill from a Yellow-rumped Thornbill?
Do you know what a Diamond Firetail’s call sounds like?
Want to know some clues to finding Regent Honeyeaters?
Ever wanted to do a bird survey in a woodland?
Come and join a workshop on woodland bird identification and survey methods!
You are invited to join BirdLife Australia’s Woodland Birds for Biodiversity project coordinator Mick Roderick on Saturday 28th May 2016 for a fun workshop focusing on many facets of woodland bird identification and monitoring.
Regent Honeyeater (Dean Ingwersen)
(including morning tea)
Saturday 28 May 2016
Community Hall, Lot 5, Cox Street, Lue NSW
Bring with you:
Notebook / pen
Bird Field Guide (optional)
Sunscreen, warm clothes, hat
Sensible (enclosed) walking shoes
Water for drinking
Tea/coffee will be available on arrival and morning tea will be provided.