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August 2017

Golly Walk—Brixton Street Wetlands

19 August, 9:00 am
Brixton Street Wetlands, Alton Road
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The Greater Brixton Street Wetlands is the most floristically diverse Bush Forever site on the Swan Coastal Plain and has many more species than Kings Park.

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Bird-watching in your garden (Belmont): Healthy Birds, Healthy Gardens, with Mike & Rachel Green

19 August, 9:15 am-12:00 pm
Function room, City of Belmont Civic Centre, 215 Wright Street
Cloverdale,Western AustraliaAustralia
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This is the third of three Saturday morning workshops in 3 different locations across the winter months, following the success of our daytime natural history course which was a sell out. In conjunction with EMRC and the City of Belmont. Rachel and Mike will talk about how to identify the birds in your garden, how to attract birds to your garden, what birds eat, how to use birdbaths, bird perches and bird boxes, and more. ...

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Member’s night—with the KRM Branch

21 August, 7:00 pm
Gary Holland Centre, Gary Holland Community Centre, 19 Kent Street
Rockingham,Western Australia6168Australia
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Member's night at the Gary Holland Centre. Contact Colin for further details. Visitors welcome

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Yunderup Flora and Fauna Survey Excursion

26 August, 10:00 am-27 August, 2:00 pm
Yunderup Field Station, South Yunderup,WAAustralia + Google Map

Since 1970, our Club has a cottage, or field studies centre, on Cooleenup Island in the Peel Harvey Estuary, at Yunderup, south of Perth. Club members have been carrying out flora and fauna surveys on this island since 1967. There is a salt lake at the north-west of Cooleenup Island and an ephemeral freshwater swamp north of the water tower on lot 31. The last written plant list for Cooleenup (or Culeenup) Island dates from surveys between 1991 and 2000.…

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DRB members’ night and wildflower quiz

26 August, 2:30 pm-8:30 pm
Roleystone, Roleystone,WA6111Australia + Google Map
Free 17 spots left

DRB members only - due to space limitations. Following the huge success of the tree quiz and visit to The Green's property last year, this year we are doing it again and holding a wild-flower quiz. share and then a members only social where each member may show a selection of 12 photos to each other.

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Gooralong Park, Jarrahdale—with the KRM Branch

27 August, 9:00 am
Gooralong Park, Jarrahdale Tavern
Jarrahdale,Western AustraliaAustralia
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    Meeting at the Jarrahdale Tavern car park at 9am Contact Colin for further details

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Ellis Brook

27 August, 9:30 am-3:30 pm
Ellis Brook Valley Reserve, Valley Head car park, Rushton Road
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This is a scenic walk past a waterfall of about 11km. It starts with a steep section up to the waterfall but then it is mostly flat. A good wildflower show can be expected.

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September 2017

Flora and Fauna of the Gondwana Link at Chingarrup Sanctuary, with Eddy Wajon.

8 September, 7:15 pm-9:30 pm
Jorgensen Park Pavilion, Jorgensen Park Pavilion, end of Crescent Rd
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Chingarrup Sanctuary, a 571 ha block at Boxwood Hill near Ongerup, is in the Gondwana Link and contains an estimated 500 flora species and about 600 species of fauna, including 14 mammals, 30 reptiles, 106 birds, 250 moths, 59 ants and 28 spiders.

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Canning River Regional Park

10 September, 9:30 am-3:30 pm
Canning River Wetlands, Kent St. Weir Park
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A scenic walk through Regional Park along the edge of the Canning River. Fairly level walking on tracks and paths. Plenty of waterbirds.

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Nature walk with Good Shepherd Year 6 in Kelmscott

15 September, 8:30 am-10:30 am
Perth,Australia + Google Map

This replaces  the cancelled nature walk in July which got rained out. Full details later.

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19 September-25 September

PRELIMINARY INFORMATION: HELENA AND AURORA RANGES LONG RANGE EXCURSION Tuesday 19 to Monday 25 September This year the Club will be organising an excursion to the Helena and Aurora Range (HAR), one of only a few banded-ironstone ranges in the Great Western Woodlands that remain intact. The HAR provides a sanctuary for birds, reptiles, mammals, and plants, some of which are not found anywhere else on earth, but is under threat from mining operations. This is a tag-along 4WD trip…

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Excursion to the Porongurups & Twin Creeks Reserve – September long-weekend

22 September, 6:00 pm-25 September, 11:00 am
Porongurups, Porongurup National Park
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Free 7 spots left

This is now closed to non-members and the remaining places are for members only. Join us at the Twin Creeks Conservation Reserve in the Porongurups in September. We will be the guests of the Friends of the Porongurups who have extensively surveyed the Twin Creeks Reserve. It is a very rich area of flora and fauna, including rare flowers and abundant birdlife. They are currently conducting fauna studies with a specific interest in invertebrates (snails, spiders mainly) and also frogs, mammals and birds. Walks will be suitable for people with limited physical ability AND for those who want physical exertion. Also we will be joining the Friends on the Saturday night for a meal in an award-winning Thai restaurant which is close by. There are a variety of accommodation options. It should be a wonderful excursion and we so hope you will join us.

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