Wonga at Bawley Point

Tue 28 August 2018 12:00am

Terry Bell

A visit to Wonga at Bawley Point in early spring is usually a very enjoyable and productive experience for birdwatchers and this will be our fourth visit. As usual,  Margaret, our local guide will check out some hot spots in advance.

Some target species are Black-faced Monarchs, Rufous Fantails, Scarlet Honeyeaters ( reliable ), Hooded Plovers and Cicadabirds..

On this occasion we plan to extend our visit to the ANU Kialoa campus to include the temperate rainforest situated on the escarpment frequented by Topknot Pigeons.

As usual this visit is limited to 14 persons to be accommodated in two comfortable self-contained cottages with limited camping opportunities specially permitted  and approved for COG members.

Registrations are invited from Wonga regulars and others perhaps with interests in social activities such as cards, scrabble and bridge, to be played warmed by a log fire with a glass of red.

Further enquiries from leader Terry Bell at email terrybellbird@gmail.com ( preferred ) or 04272929

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