Kama NR

Sun 13 March 2022 08:30am

Lia Battisson

Description:  Kama Nature Reserve is on the western side of William Hovell Drive. The walk down to the Molonglo River is an easy walk, sloping gently downhill on the way there and uphill on the way back.  Sixty-two species have been recorded there in the month of March, including Speckled Warbler, Western Gerygone and Brown Falcon.

eBird hotspots:  Kama Nature Reserve

Meeting place: meet in the carpark of Hawker College opposite 38 Murranji St, Hawker (note there are 2 other carparks).  From there we will carpool, with masks to be worn in shared cars.  The reason for this is that the Kama car park is on the opposite side of the road to the reserve, is very small and dangerous to approach. There is ‘no right turn’ when travelling from the southeast (city).

Meeting time:  8:15am.

Walking distance:   5.4 kms

End time (approx.): 11:30am

What to bring: Water and morning tea, sunscreen, hat and sturdy shoes.

Name of leader and contact details:  Please register with the leader, Lia Battisson by email to liabattisson@grapevine.com.au, providing your name and mobile number, and the name and mobile number of an emergency contact.  Register before 7pm on Friday 11 March 2022. Numbers will be limited to 15.

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