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When Activity
Thursday 22 Feb
8-30 am to noon

[every Thursday
weather permitting]

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 01 Mar
8-30 am to noon

[every Thursday
weather permitting

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 22 April
9 to 11 am



Aboriginal Heritage Walk


As part of the Canberra & Region Heritage Festival, local Ngunawal elder Wally Bell will take us on a walk through the Pinnacle to see the landscape through the eyes of Australia’s first people. Wally will point out and explain the traces of his people’s ancient history in the region, and tell us how they used the area’s natural resources. All ages welcome.

 

Meet at the Dungowan St. 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.

 

Numbers are limited and bookings are essential. Please register with John Brannan.

 

* This event was supported with funding made available by the ACT Government under the ACT Heritage Grants Program.

Contact: John Brannan

convenor@fotpin.org.au

 
Sunday 06 May
9 to 11-30 am


Tree Week Bird Walk at the Pinnacle


Join John Brannan for a special bird walk for Canberra Tree Week 2018.
All ages welcome.

 

Meet at the Dungowan St. entrance to the Pinnacle Nature Reserve.

 

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

 

Numbers are limited, so please contact John Brannan register.

Contact: John Brannan

convenor@fotpin.org.au

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