Join the Friends of Nail Can Hill Group on Sunday 15 October 2017 who will, with the help of the local Field Naturalists group, arrange some guides for a walk and talk. Discover more about this special woodland ecosystem right here on Albury’s doorstep and learn how you can help protect it. During the spring time this is one of Albury’s most spectacular wildflower areas. Guided tours with local experts and wildflower enthusiasts will be available from 10am or if you prefer to explore at your own pace self-guided walk options will also be available. This is a wonderful opportunity to learn more about the Friends of Nail Can Hill Group and the restoration work they’ve been doing on Nail Can Hill over the years to restore and improve this important habitat for threatened species in this area. Staff from AlburyCity Council’s Sustainability and Environment and Vegetation Management Teams will also be on hand to talk to about gardening and plant selection and how to minimise the number of invasive weeds that are encroaching into our native bushland.
This is an outdoor event and enclosed shoes must be worn. Please dress appropriately for the weather conditions on the day. The walks will follow tracks with uneven ground and a slight incline. A reasonable level of fitness is expected to complete these walks.
Bookings for this event are essential- please send RSVP’s to Michael from Friends of Nail Can Hill: firstname.lastname@example.orgDownload Flyer