Illawarra Birders Inc
Saturday 3rd November Private Property at Bellawongarah
Carla Jacket 0429123623
8.00am Start the property is a 15 minute drive from Berry, in Irvines Road Bellawongarah.
Take the Tourist Drive south of Berry for approximately 3km,. Turn right into Irvines Road and follow the signs to Boobook Cottage.
Bring food and water the day as there is a possibility of visiting Shoalhaven Heads on the way home.
Nerida Hudspith 0424417484
Tuesday 6th November Evening meeting, Coniston Community Centre
Guest Speaker - Walter Boles “A Quick Look at Colours in Birds”. Walter is one of Australia’s leading ornithologists. Please bring a plate to share.
Friday 16th November, Budderoo
Leaders: David and Michelle Rower Phone 0421 335 037.
Meet at 8.00 at the car park for Budderoo Fire Trail approx. 2.6km past the turn-off to Barren Grounds along Jamberoo Mountain Road. This car park is approximately 200 metres along a dirt road. After the 60 km/h bends on Jamberoo Mountain Road the speed goes back to 80km/h and you go up a slight hill.
At the top is a dirt pull-off marked with two signs Budderoo Plateau and Budderoo National Park this
is where the dirt road to access the track begins. Bring carry morning tea, hat, sunscreen and plenty water for the day.
Sunday 18th November, Atlassing at Croome
8:00 am Leader: Martin Cocker, Mobile 0418429132 An atlas survey of this IB adopted site, is about 2 hours duration. Meet at the oval car park at the end of the Tennis Court entrance on Croome Road, Albion Park Rail. Bring morning tea, sunscreen, hat and wear enclosed sturdy shoes.
Sunday 25th November, Wader Count 8.00 am
Leader: Martin Cocker, Mobile 0418429132 Meet under the pines by Windang Surf Club. A count that is part of the national “Shorebirds 2020” Programme that will include: Windang Estuary, Why Juck Bay, Purry Burry Point. Bring morning tea, sunscreen, hat and wear enclosed shoes.
Friday 30th November, Tallawarra Ashponds 8.00am
Leaders: Michelle & Dave Rower, Mobile 0421 335 037 Meet on Yallah Bay Road which leads to the Energy Australia Tallawarra Power Station. This is only accessible from the Princes Highway southbound from Dapto. Park on the left-hand-side about 300 metres from the turn-off opposite gate 37. Bring morning tea.