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Thursday 21 Sep
8-30 am to noon

[every Thursday*]

Weeding
We usually meet at the PCS notice board near the De Salis St car park, Weetangera, weather permitting. Contact Bob if you would like to receive an email on the previous day with details of time, place and weather outlook.
For background see Weed Management.

Contact:

Sunday 24 Sep
9 to 11 am

Spring Bird Walk

Another Spring and another nesting season at the Pinnacle for the local birds and migratory species alike. Come along for a gentle stroll through the reserve’s woodlands to see what we can find.

 

If you’d like to join us, just turn up with your binoculars and/or your camera. Wear sturdy footwear (we’ll probably be going off-track at least some the time), dress for the weather and bring along some water. My walks usually finish by around 11 or 11.30, so you’ll be home in plenty of time for lunch.

Meet at the Dungowan St. Hawker entrance to the Reserve.

 

Wear clothing suitable for the weather, sturdy footwear and a hat. Bring water and a camera and binoculars if you wish.

 

Contact: John Brannan

Thursday 28 Sep
8-30 am to noon

[every Thursday*]

Weeding
We usually meet at the PCS notice board near the De Salis St car park, Weetangera, weather permitting. Contact Bob if you would like to receive an email on the previous day with details of time, place and weather outlook.
For background see Weed Management.

Contact:

Thursday 05 Oct
8-30 am to noon

[every Thursday*]

Weeding
We usually meet at the PCS notice board near the De Salis St car park, Weetangera, weather permitting. Contact Bob if you would like to receive an email on the previous day with details of time, place and weather outlook.
For background see Weed Management.

Contact:

Sunday 15 Oct
9 to 11-30 am

Wildflower walk to the Pinnacle Extension

Last year’s walk to this new extension to the Reserve was quite lovely. This year we’ll again be walking down through the Reserve into the new area, which looks out over the neighbouring Kama Nature Reserve and the Molonglo Valley. Join our specialist plant guides to check out the gorgeous native wildflowers and take a look at the work being done by the PCS rangers to turn this promising patch back into grassy box-gum woodland and native grassland.

Dress for the weather and wear sensible footwear as we’ll be going off the track for some of the walk. Bring along some water and a bit of morning tea if you like, and don’t forget your camera — some of the views are stunning! The round trip will be about 4-5 km in all and we expect to be back at the car park by around 11.30.


Meet at the car park on Springvale Drive, opposite De Salis St, Weetangera.

 

Wear clothing suitable for the weather, sturdy footwear and a hat. Bring water and a camera and binoculars if you wish.

 

Contact: John Brannan

* weather permitting

 

 

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