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CWCN School Holiday Activities Spring 2016
Exciting times are ahead at the CWCN Centre and out and about in the catchment. Storytelling, birding and craft activities are on the agenda for our fun loving children who are also keen learners. We have varied the age groups and are happy to now offer the first activity in our new series Nature Check, this time for young birders. Check out our flyer and you'll find details for all spring holiday offerings. More and different exciting activities will follow in summer. 
 
 
 
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CWCN Bird Walks
Please check out our Diary of Events for different dates and locations. All our bird walks will take place under the guidance of our knowledgable and experienced  bird walk coordinator Lyn Cole. Wear protective clothing and sturdy shoes. BYO binoculars and water bottle. Let us know you are coming. You never know,you may come across one of the above birds so beautifully photographed by Sylvia Alexander.
 

 Book Club

CWCN Book Club 
Since the formation two years ago, the CWCN Book Club has gone from strength to strength. The wishlist for books to read and discuss continues to grow, participants are on a constant journey of discovery and enjoy the intense debate combined with always an excellent atmosphere. The new program is full of promise, and many of the titles ended up on wishlists for last year's Christmas. Join our avid readers in 2016! Please click here for our CWCN Book Club program flyer for 2016.
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    Fungi Festival 16th Oct
    Mark your calendar for this exciting event and check out the Fungi Festival flyer for more detailed program information. This is an event for the entire family, for all fungi lovers and for all those want to know more about the often forgotten kingdom of fungi. There is lots to learn and lots of fun to be had.  See you all on the 16th!
      
     
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    Microbat Survey in
    Brisbane's Inner West Catchments
    The results of our exciting survey are available for perusing. A minimum of 15 microbat species call Brisbane's Inner West home. The report contains details on these bats and their habitat, points out the importance for wildlife corridors and elaborates on the ecosystem services bats provide.
     
    Come to the CWCN Centre and peruse a hardcopy of the survey report or download the electronic version of it by clicking on the link below.
    Microbats of Brisbane's Inner West (1,3 Mb). A printable version can be obtained by contacting us.
     
    Thank you Brisbane City Council for funding this important survey!
     
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CWCN Centre
47-57 Hepworth Street
Chapel Hill Qld 4069