Spring at Pilchers Bridge event – Sat 7 October 2017
Posted on 2 October, 2017 by Tanya Loos
The Axe Creek Landcare Group would like people to know of their upcoming event “Spring at Pilchers Bridge”, a jam-packed program of expert speakers on the flora, fauna and management of Box-Ironbark forests. The program includes:
- A bird identification walk around the Trust for Nature covenanted property, Led by Salli Dearricott, followed by a quick pancake breakfast
- A video on Indigenous Burning techniques presented by Trent Nelson, Parks Victoria and Mick Bourke, DELWP
- Orchids of the Box-Ironbark Forests by Julie Radford-Whitfield, Amaryllis Environmental
- Bushfire Preparedness by a representative from the CFA
- Wildlife, Habitat, and Nestboxes by Miles Geldard, Wildlife Nestboxes
- Flowering patterns of local Eucalypts by Bob McDonald, apiarist.
They have also asked us to let you know the following:
- Lunch can be purchased from the Eppalock Primary School Sausage Sizzle.
- Bring your own binoculars, sturdy shoes, camera and water bottle
- Free entry, pancake breakfast, tea coffee and sunscreen
- All welcome but no dogs please
Saturday 7 October.
8am to 4pm at 178 Huddle Creek Rd, Myrtle Creek
Enquiries: Chris Kirwan phone 5439 6494
For a flier of the event, click here.