Our Birdwatcher’s Breakfast on Sunday 27 July was quite possibly the best ever!

The winter sun was shining and the tour, led by expert bird watcher Trevor Waller and Education Ranger Vanessa, were lucky enough to see many different bird species, but the highlight was definitely these two:

Tawny Frogmouth in Centennial Park (photo Daphne Gonzalvez)

Tawny Frogmouth in Centennial Park (photo Daphne Gonzalvez)

Barn Owl in Centennial Park (image: Dominic Gonzalvez)

Barn Owl in Centennial Park (image: Dominic Gonzalvez)

Don’t miss out – click here to book for the next Birdwatcher’s Breakfast.

 


 

The Powerful Owl pair are back in Centennial Park too! Have you seen them this week?

Our two Powerful Owl friends have been 'very friendly'...

Our two Powerful Owl friends have been ‘very friendly’…

 

 

 

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