Birding at Yass Gorge, 14 May

Birding at Yass Gorge, 14 May

Birdwatching at Yass Gorge


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On Mother’s Day, we held a Woodland Bird Event. Damon Oliver of the Office of Environment and Heritage led the walk and talked to 28 bird enthusiasts including a number of members of Canberra Ornithologists Group. After Damon’s talk about what woodland birds are likely to use the site and why the area is such good habitat for them, we set off up the Gorge for a spot of birdwatching. Forty bird species were recorded during the walk including little woodland birds such as Wrens, Wee-bills, several Thornbills, Silvereyes and waterbirds such as Pacific Black Ducks and White-faced Herons....

This is one of the many events being held at Yass Gorge as part of K2C's Being a Good Neighbour to the Bush project working with Friends of Yass Gorge.... Maya Potapowicz