Tinderry Nature Reserve

Sun 26 March 2023 08:00am

David Dedenczuk

The Tinderry Nature Reserve is a large reserve to the east of Michelago and to the south of Burra in NSW.  It is well-frequented by bushwalkers visiting the great Tinderry peaks.  I propose to visit a little-known and rarely-birded section of sub-alpine woodland in the Cassidy’s Creek area, accessed from Burra Road.

The woodland has a range of good bush birds, including pardalotes, thornbills and honeyeaters.

Meet at 8.00am at the Kambah shops (corner Marconi and Drakeford). Please note that there is a wire fence to step over at the outset to this walk and which marks the boundary of the reserve. The fence is waist-high for me.  As usual, bring water, hat, sunscreen and wear sturdy shoes.

Register with David (david.dedenczuk@gmail.com or by text to 0417 222 154 by COB Friday 24 March 2023) with your name and number, and name and number of an emergency contact. Numbers limited to 12 as there is limited parking at the entrance to the reserve.


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