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Bird & Nature Breakfast with Chaddy - hosted by Condobolin and District Landcare


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Bird & Nature Breakfast with Chaddy - hosted by Condobolin and District Landcare

Condobolin & District Landcare present an early morning of bird & wildlife discovery with our local expert bird and wildlife photographer Warren Chad or 'Chaddy'. There will also be a presentation from Central West Local Land Services about finding and protecting populations of endangered species including the Small Purple Pea.

The focus will be on identifying local birds and learning some of the endangered species and the threats they face, as well as conservation actions that can assist in preventing the disappearance of these species. Come and be one of the lucky group who will enjoy this bird and nature experience. Children are welcome to attend with supervision - why not have a family outing?

Cooked breakfast will be served at the amenities block at 7:30am followed by a talk and walk around the Gum Bend Lake area. Numbers are limited so please book early.

You will need to bring a pair of binoculars, a bird book (if you have one), a portable stool (if you need one), a camera and some patience.

Cost is FREE but limited to 20 people so please RSVP early.

RSVP by Friday 12th April to Libby Roesner to secure your place on 0499 199 018 or email - please note any special dietary requirements.

This project is supported by Central West Local Land Services, through funding from the Australian Government’s National Landcare Program. An informative presentation about finding and protecting populations of the endangered Small Purple Pea (Swainsona recta) which was once found throughout central NSW will be provided. Informing the community and landholders about the Small Purple Pea will assist with finding new or enhancing current populations.