Narrabundah Hill, Duffy

Sun 23 March 2014 08:00am

Jean Casburn & Jack Holland

Narrabundah Hill is a former pine forest area which supports a range of species. Last year in March and April, we saw Yellow-faced Honeyeaters in migration, thornbills of various types, Double-barred Finch, Southern Whiteface, Scarlet Robin and Speckled Warbler, to name a few of the birds present.

Meet at the gate entrance near the Hindmarsh/Eucumbene Drive corner of Duffy. The tank that supplies water for Duffy is in view of the gate. We will probably be out for several hours, so please bring a hat, water and comfortable walking shoes and maybe a snack.

There is no need to book – just turn up by 8am to get an early start.

Leaders will be Jack Holland (6288 7840) and Jean Casburn (02 62883929)

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