A Free Workshop
When: Saturday 13th October 2.30 pm
Where: Bootlace Private Forest Reserve,
1589 Reekara Rd, Sea Elephant (official) or 1589 Bicentennial Rd (King Island)
(30 minutes drive from Currie)
Leader: Kate Ravich, convenor ‘Wings on King’ Project
All welcome – adults and children
Bring: binoculars and own refreshments
Dress: appropriately for a workshop held in a workshop and a bush walk
About: Watching birds can be a very peaceful and joyful experience.
Birds are integrated into our lives in many ways and work on our behalf – completely free of charge
They are living modern dinosaurs, highly adapted for flight and environment. Yet we often don’t really ‘see’ them or take any notice unless they are annoying us – and some can do that too.
This workshop will:
introduce birds as amazing adapted animals
show how they help us and tell us about our environment
cover the basic skills required to become a proficient ‘birder’ and
provide the opportunity for you to practice.
RSVP including name and contact details by: Saturday 6th October to firstname.lastname@example.org or text 0417487263 (Maximum 10)