The Friends of Adelaide International Bird Sanctuary (FAIBS) will be holdng an activity day just up the road from Thompson Beach at Parham next weekend.
The activity will be planting habitats at the Parham “Red Dunes”. According to information provided by FAIBS:
- Butterfly habitat and other landscape features will be planted.
- The wildlife cameras placed at the red dunes will be checked.
- The group will be looking for birds in the tea trees.
- Participants will learn how restoration will improve habitat for birds and insects.
- Bird spotting will follow the above activities.
DATE: Sunday 19th May 2019
TIME: 9:00am to 12:30 pm
VENUE: Meet at the Port Parham Sports and Social Club at 9am.
- Head along Port Wakefield Road, continue past Dublin, then turn left onto Port Parham Road.
- Follow the road to the Parham Sports and Social Club on your left. The group will meet in the car park and walk to the dunes from there, if wet.
PLEASE BRING: Your morning tea, water bottle, sunscreen, hat, insect repellent, closed toe shoes and if keen on bird watching, a camera and binoculars. Hot tea and coffee are provided and planting equipment supplied.
This activity is supported by Adelaide & Mt Lofty Ranges Natural Resources Management Board and Adelaide Plains Council.
For any queries, please contact FAIBS at email@example.com.