This walk has been timed for the peak of the honeyeater migration season, with the northern and western boundaries of the reserve having some of the few currently known local migration routes. We will walk along these boundaries, depending on conditions and the species seen, and either return by the same or a different path. We will also look for other autumn birds such as Scarlet Robin and mixed feeding flocks, or late departing summer migrants such as gerygones.
Meet Jack Holland (62887840 or email@example.com) at 8:30 am at the parking area and stile at the NE end of the reserve, at the corner of Warragamba Avenue and Eucumbene Drive, Duffy. Please note that the entry to this parking area is a little tricky, and is in fact about 25 metres past (on the Mount Stromlo side) the T-junction with Warragamba Avenue, and for those driving along Eucumbene Drive from Duffy involves a quite tricky 180 degrees turn, so please take care.
There is no need to book but an indication of your intentions would be appreciated to get a rough idea of numbers. Please bring your morning tea to have on the track.