Silvereyes, Spotted Pardalotes, Superb Fairy Wrens, Tawny Frogmouths and Dollar Birds are just some of the birds seen on regular GreenWay Birdos walks organised by the Inner West Environment Group.
The first walks took place in 2016 and focussed on the southern section of the GreenWay around Dulwich Hill. In 2017 a northern walk was added along Hawthorne Canal and a third group called the Mudlarks will start walking in March from the southern end of the GreenWay along the Cooks River.
IWEG GreenWay Birdos co-founder Jo Blackman says:
Walks typically take place every fortnight, starting at 7.30am on weekdays (Tuesday or Wednesday) and on Saturday. Walks last for about two hours and often include a visit to a local cafe near the GreenWay. Binoculars and bird guides are available.
Upcoming GreenWay Birdos walks:
Meet at 7.30am at Waratah Mills Light Rail stop (outgoing platform)
Next walks scheduled for 23 March and 27 April
Meet at 7.30am at Taverners Hill Light Rail Stop (outgoing platform)
Next walks scheduled for 13 March and 10 April
For more details on the Hawthorne Canal and Dulwich Hill walks contact Jo at firstname.lastname@example.org
Meet at 7am at Lang Road/Cooks River Bridge, Hurlstone Park
Next walks scheduled for 12 March and 9 April
For more details on the Cooks River Mudlarks walk contact Jennifer at email@example.com