‘Attracting Native Birds to Your Garden’ Workshop – Fraser’s Landing
Frasers Landing is an important wildlife corridor and home to an abundant array of birdlife including some very important species. So what native bird species can you see at Frasers Landing, why are they significant, and how can you encourage them to visit your garden?
Join Conservation Volunteers on Saturday 28th October at Frasers Landing Community Centre to learn the answers and more at this workshop which includes a guided walk around the beautiful site. Participants will take home a native, bird-attracting plant for their garden and a light afternoon tea will be provided.
When? Saturday 28th October, 1:00 pm – 4.00 pm.
Where? Meet at Frasers Landing Community Centre, 1 Landings Boulevard, Coodanup.
The community centre is on the left as you go over the round-about from Coodanup Drive onto Frasers Landing Boulevard, there is a large car park opposite this, if your turn right off Frasers Landing Boulevard.
What To Bring? The workshop includes a guided walk so please wear comfortable enclosed walking shoes and bring a hat and water bottle.
RSVP? Let us know you are coming by contacting us on 9335 2777 or at firstname.lastname@example.org by Monday the 16th of October.
- Hannah Gulliver
- Phone: 9335 2777
- Email: email@example.com
- Cost: Contact Provider
- Booking required
Frasers Landing Community Centre, WA 1 Landings Boulevard, Coodanup, Western Australia, Australia
Saturday, 28 Oct. 2017 1.00pm to 4.00pm End Date: Saturday, 28 Oct. 2017