Join passionate naturalists Sue Brunskill and Karen Retra for a slow late-Spring nature walk in one of Wodonga’s best bush reserves.
Come exploring with Sue and Karen and be inspired by their knowledge and enthusiasm for nature from wildflowers, insects and fungi to trees, birds and wildlife.
This is the third and final of our Spring walks in this reserve – the season changes so quickly and there is always something new to see. We’ll compare our findings with the previous Spring walks – you’ll be amazed at what’s changed in a few short weeks.
Where: Meet at Castle Creek Bushlands access off Castle Creek Rd.
Google map: goo.gl/maps/TjytEF1aSseYcpiN7
What to expect: As usual, you are in for a treat in this special reserve, with spring wildflowers in full bloom and all creatures making the most of the nectar boom. Expect to focus on the ‘slow’ and ‘nature’ rather than the walk – exercise is not the priority! Please be aware that we will be walking on slopes, on a natural, unpaved and possibly wet surface.
What to bring: Please bring your water bottle, wear covered shoes and dress for the weather. Welcome to bring your camera, binoculars etc.
Registration prior to the event is essential for communication, safety and insurance purposes.