Kariong Eco Garden

Kariong Eco Garden, Dandaloo St, Kariong, on Monday 11 April from 10m to 12 noon.



How many birds can your children name?

Do you know why the Bower Bird collects blue things?

How do birds make nests?  Which plants will attract which birds to my

garden?

Are bird baths a good idea?


Kaye Pointer and Margaret Pointer of Mangrove Mountain will share their

love of birds and some surprising stories at a family friendly wildlife workshop


Start the school holidays with an interesting and inspiring workshop.


Find out about lots of different local birds and how to encourage birds

to visit your garden.

Visit the bower in the bush behind the eco garden and check out some

different styles of nest-boxes.

Kaye and Margaret both started birding before they could walk, Margaret joined the Gould League of Bird Lovers when she was 7,  contributed to the First Bird Atlas of Australia. Among the founding members of the Central Coast branch of Birding NSW. Involved with guiding bird outings on the Central Coast, and fundraising for bird conservation projects in the annual "Twitchathon" for some twenty years. Kaye and Margaret rarely knock back an opportunity to go bird watching be it in the garden or further afield.


All ages welcome. Morning tea provided. Gold coin donation. Bring water

bottle and hat.


CONTACT: KARIONG ECO GARDEN 0417686694. for more info contact John on ph;02 43231843

Email:kariongecogarden@gmail.com