Ready to learn how to locate and identify glossy black-cockatoos (also known as ‘Glossies’) and their feed trees in the wild?
Come along to this interactive workshop to learn more about this vulnerable species. You'll get a chance to get up close to a glossy black-cockatoo and other native wildlife with Martin Fingland from Geckoes Wildlife, as well as take a short guided walk-through Daisy Hill Forest to identify the feed trees and habitat of Glossies.
The workshop will cover:
Participants will also have the opportunity to sign on to the second annual Great Glossy Count which will be held on 9 -10 September. Delivered by Birdlife Australia, across the South-eastern areas of Glossy Black-Cockatoo habitat, this citizen science event is a great opportunity to get outdoors and survey Glossies and their feeding habitat.
Location: Daisy Hill Koala Centre - 253 Daisy Hill Road, Daisy Hill. Make your way to the theatre inside the Daisy Hill Koala Centre by 9.30am. Parking: along the ring road inside Daisy Hill Conservation Park.