Walk for younger birders

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Subject: Walk for younger birders
From: Brittany Brockett via Canberrabirds <>
Date: Wed, 24 Feb 2021 22:32:53 +0000
Hello fellow birders, 

You may not know me very well yet, but I'm a member of the COG Committee and I'm keen on getting some of our younger members together to develop their love/knowledge of birds.  

On the 13th of March I'm going for a walk with a couple of 12yo's and their parents at the Jerrabomberra Wetlands. The aim of this walk is to meet each other and get a sense of where we all are in our bird knowledge. I'll also be asking what other young-birder focused activities people may be interested in.

If there are any other parents and young birders that are keen to join us (to develop a network of awesome young ornithologists!) or if you would like some more information, please get in touch with me.

Until then, happy birding!


Brittany Brockett                     

PhD Candidate  | Fenner School of Environment and Society | ANU

Ph: (+61) 0400967496  |  Twitter   |  LinkedIn  

I acknowledge and respect the Ngunnawal people as the Traditional Owners of the land and waterways on which I live and work.

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