Bringing Back the Glossy Black
Join us for an exciting morning talking about the Glossy Black-Cockatoo. Hear from speakers:
- Jayden Gunn - Birdlife Australia - The Great Glossy Black-Cockatoo
- Mick Callan - Habitat Innovation and Management - Nest Boxes
- Tracee Burke - Mid-Lachlan Landcare - How you can be involved in projects like this through Landcare
- David Watson - Charles Sturt University - Endangered Species Recovery.
Don't forget to bring your favourite camp chair, camera and coffee keep cup.
Location: “Kinvara” 2077 Kangarooby Rd, Gooloogong followed by the Ironbark Walking Track at Conimbla National Park.
Morning tea and lunch will be provided with tea and coffee. Please let us know if you have any dietary requirements when registering.
You will also be given a copy of the Glossy Black ID handbook created by Birdlife Australia. The handbook can also be downloaded from the Glossy Black Conservancy website.
Register for this event via trybooking. For more information contact Libby McIntyre for directions to the property. Phone 0429 019 309 or email email@example.com
18 Apr 2023 9:00 am - 1:00 pm
“Kinvara” 2077 Kangarooby Rd
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