South Googong

Sat 28 March 2020 07:40am

Ryu Callaway
We will carpool from Calwell and start with a loop to London Bridge Homestead, mostly open with scattered trees and fringing woodland. The area around the Homestead can be good for declining woodland species such as Hooded Robin, Dusky Woodswallow, Diamond Firetail, Brown Treecreeper, and Southern Whiteface. We will then visit Tin Hut Dam for lunch where Yellow Thornbill, Musk Duck, and Australian Shelduck are possibilities. Wombats are almost guaranteed. If there is a Total Fire Ban the reserve will be closed and the walk will be cancelled.
ebird hotspots: London BridgeTin Hut Dam
Meeting time and place: 7:40am at Calwell Playing Fields Car Park (-35.439122, 149.121231)
Suggested contribution to drivers: $5 per passenger
Walking distance:  5km
Degree of difficulty: medium
End time (approx.): We should be back in Calwell early to mid-afternoon.
What to bring: Bring water, sunscreen hat, walking shoes, and morning tea to have on the go if you wish. There are toilets at London Bridge carpark. Bring lunch to have at Tin Hut Dam, undercover picnic tables available.
Need to register: No
Numbers limited: No
Name of leader and contact details: Ryu Callaway, ryu_is_gr8( at)
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