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2017

Bird Walks for 2017:

Outings for February 2017
Wed  1st  -  Bird Meeting 4pm at the Historical Soc in Wongawallan Rd
                     John W will show us photos taken on his trips to Lord Howe and 
                     Norfolk Islands and also North Queensland.

Wed  8th  - Monthly Bird Walk to Beechmont or Binna Burra - leaders Marg & Jeff
                    It will be a 6am start from the Visitor Information Centre (VIC) car park,
                    Nth Tamborine.  More details will be available after the bird meeting

Outings for March 2017
Wed  1st  -  Bird Meeting 4pm at the Historical Soc in Wongawallan Rd

Wed  8th  - Monthly Bird Walk to Numinbah Valley - leader Gail
                    6am start from the Visitor Information Centre (VIC) car park, 
                    Nth Tamborine.  More details will be available at the bird meeting

Outings for April 2017
Wed  5th  -  Bird Meeting 4pm at the Historical Soc in Wongawallan Rd
                     Jeff will show a brief video of last months bird walk and some footage 
                     taken on a recent short trip with john & Gill to Girraween and Oxley
                     Wild Rivers NP; great views of the Spotted Quail-thrush, the elusive species
                     we tried 
to locate on the Birdgroup Campout at Cherrabah last year.

Wed  12th  - Monthly Bird Walk to Lost World - leader Julie 
                    Meet 6am at the Visitor Information Centre (VIC) car park, Nth Tamborine
                    May also bird Darlington Park, and Biddadabah dams on way home.  
                           Should be home by 3pm.
 More details available at the bird meeting.

Outings for May 2017
Wed  3rd  -  Bird Meeting 4pm at the Historical Soc in Wongawallan Rd
                      Everyone enjoyed the Quiz, so we will keep it on the agenda.
                      We all learnt some facts about the birds that members chose to talk about.
Wed  10th  - Monthly Bird Walk Aratula to Gatton - leaders Marg & Jeff
                    It will be a 6am start from the Visitor Information Centre (VIC) car park,
                    Nth Tamborine.  More details will be available after the bird meeting

Outings for June 2017
Wed  7th  -  Bird Meeting 4pm at the Historical Soc in Wongawallan Rd
                      We will have a bird quiz as usual and Bird facts.
Mon  12th- 15th No Monthly Bird Walk as its our Albert Lyre Bird Survey all week.

                     

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