Join birding guide Carol Probets on a morning walk to see some of the Garden’s beautiful birds and learn about their habits.
Winter is a fascinating season in the bird world. It’s a time of nectar abundance, with many honeyeaters attracted to the Garden’s collection of Proteaceae, while small birds can be easy to spot as they move into the open habitats.
Get some tips from Carol on how to use binoculars and identify birds. Suitable for beginners or those who have already done some birding.
Participants are advised to bring walking shoes, sunhat, sunscreen, a bottle of water, notebook/pen, binoculars and a raincoat should it rain. We also suggest bringing your camera.