Birds, Butterflies and Moths – a workshop with Julie Morgan

New Holland honeyeater

New Holland honeyeater

Learn to identify local birds and some of the most common butterflies and moths on the Far South Coast with Julie Morgan. Find out about their role in pollination and in maintaining a balanced ecosystem and what you can do on your property to support and encourage them.

When: Friday 25 November, 9.15am-1.00pm

Where: Tanja Hall followed by a field walk at Bithry Inlet

Presenter: Julie Morgan is a land manager from the Eurobodalla with an extensive knowledge of and passion for the natural world, specifically birds, frogs, insects, spiders, mammals and plants. She has been a field naturalist for over 25 years, is a committee member of the Eurobodalla Natural History Society and conducts bird surveys for a range of environmental agencies and organisations. She regularly presents and leads nature walks for community groups.

Cost: Free. Morning tea provided. BYO picnic lunch for after the workshop.

For further information and bookings, contact Ali Rodway on 0417 246 896 or

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