Stirling Ridge, Yarralumla - FOG seeking someone to do bird surveys

To: Jenny Bounds <>
Subject: Stirling Ridge, Yarralumla - FOG seeking someone to do bird surveys
From: martin butterfield <>
Date: Sat, 26 Feb 2011 18:30:49 +1100
Have they approached COG for a birdlist from our database?   There is at least one record as we had a WW there last year and I recall a number of records of interesting birds seen there a few years ago.  I HOPE that all those sightings were - and any further ones are- reflected in record sheets!


On Sat, Feb 26, 2011 at 5:44 PM, Jenny Bounds <> wrote:
The Friends of Grasslands are cleaning up woody weeds in the woodland on Stirling Ridge adjacent to Lake Burley Griffin.  This is the site of a large population of the endangered Button Wrinklewort (a small daisy).  They are seeking someone to do some bird surveys, as part of a management plan.
If anyone is interested in doing some bird surveys for them, especially if you live in Yarralumla or walk on the Ridge regularly, please get in touch with Sarah Sharp - contact details below.  



Sarah Sharp

PO Box 5154

Lyneham ACT 2602

tel. 02 6257 5619

mob. 0402 57 6412



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