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Anne Bologa – drbexcursions@wanaturalists.org.au ph: 0436-448-647

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August 2020

Enjoying the Australian bush – a flora, fauna and bird walk in Beverley – with the DRB

30 August, 10:00 am-3:00 pm
Beverley Reserves Beverley, Australia

Excursion: "Enjoying the Australian Bush" A flora, fauna and bird walk in two reserves near Beverley - a joint excursion with Phyllis Facey and the Beverley Naturalist Club. Meet at Brooking Street Reserve just out of Beverley. Morning tea provided and then Phyllis Facey will lead us on a walk through the reserve. Then we have lunch at the local oval - please bring your own. Then Phyllis will lead the group to a reserve at Talbot and Audrey from York River Conservation group will lead us on a the walk through there. It will be a wonderful day in spring-time and fabulous to be with other naturalists who know the area really well. All welcome.

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September 2020

Carmel Spring Nature and Flora Walk in Korung National Park in Pickering Brook – DRB Nats

27 September, 9:45 am-12:30 pm
Carmel Walk, Pickering Brook, Cnr Anembo Road/Morton Road
Pickering Brook, Western Australia Australia
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Join the DRB Nats for a return excursion to the CARMEL WALK in the Korung National Park in Carmel. We went in June 2019 and it was very popular, and since then we have had repeated requests to return in spring to see all the flowers. So here we are - come join us and find out what is flowering, which birds are around, the plants which are growing and more.

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October 2020

POSTPONED: Bush, Flora + Indigenous Nature Experience in Dwellingup – DRB Nats

22 October, 2:00 pm-25 October, 10:30 am
Jarrah Forest Lodge, Dwellingup, 14 Acacia Rd
Dwellingup, WA 6213 Australia

Join us for a spring break in Dwellingup, only 97k south of Perth, and have a wonderful bush, flora and indigenous nature experience. Dwellingup is a lovely small town nestled in the jarrah forest. It will provide us with a wonderful opportunity to experience the bush, flora and fauna. We have booked the Jarrah Forest Lodge exclusively for the whole weekend. This is a lovely complex, set in the jarrah forest, only a short walk into the town and next to the Forest Discovery Centre which we will also visit. It provides a variety of rooms, single, double, twin and family. PLUS: We have been able to engage the services of an indigenous Company, Kaarak Dreaming. They will provide us with two exciting and unique tours including a bush trail and flora tour, and a bark painting tour. The wildflowers should be glorious and the bird life wonderful, along with reptiles, insects and a beautiful night sky. Join us for all three nights. Bookings already open to DRB members.

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