On Sunday July 14, Friends of the Adelaide International Bird Sanctuary will be having their activity day at Thompson Beach.
FAIBS says the day will see the group engaging in walking track and trail cleanup activities.
Gloves and any tools required will be supplied, but participants are encouraged to bring their own if preferred. FAIBS says a scope will be available on the day for those interested in doing a bit of bird spotting after the event.
Further details of the FAIBS event can be found here.
The date coincides with the Thompson Beach Progress Association working bee – activities to be announced.
Friends of the Adelaide International Bird Sanctuary is a community group interested in the well-being of birds
on the Samphire Coast, particularly migratory shorebirds that spend summers in
the region before migrating to the Northern Hemisphere for breeding.
FAIBS aims to hold community events on the 3rd Sunday of every month that involve activities such as planting and cleaning up areas within the sanctuary. To become a financial member, it’s just $10 a year and that will provide benefits such as free training. However, you don’t need to be a financial member to attend community events. For further information, email email@example.com.