Richmond Birdwing Butterfly Workshop - Sat. 26th Sept. 2020
Join us and entomologist and Richmond birdwing butterfly expert at our upcoming workshop. We are particularly happy to have our member Richard Bull join us and again make the vulnerable Richmond birdwing butterfly come alive. Richard will share his vast experience and expertise and guide us through the process of raising and establishing the vine.This workshop is supported by Queensland Government's Community Sustainability Action Grant - Threatened Species. For more information kindly check out our flyer and don't forget to register.
CWCN Spring Holiday Activities
We are looking forward to the upcoming holidays. While COVID 19 threw a few spanners in the works and we had to reconsider our offerings and rearrange the program, we are ready to offer some fun for our young fan club. Health and safety considering are an important part of our planning as we want to protect the children attending our activities (and our volunteers). CWCN's COVID Safe Plan will be followed. It is in line with Queensland Health Regulations. Please also note that our activities are coordinated by Blue Card holding volunteers. Other than that, check out our flyer with exciting activities, from weaving with nature to shadow painting, to creating a nature diary, and solving what is behind a mysterious event in the life of old treehouse friends. More information can be found here.
CWCN Bird Walks
Like all CWCN activities, CWCN bird walks had been called off due to COVID-19 to ensure that our bird lovers remain safe and healthy. We will offer them are working on offering them again and are currently selecting sites and dates. WIn the meantime and while our group surveys do not take place, we are grateful if those individuals who go onto their very personal walk and sight birds (and take notes) will send their sighting to office[@]cwcn.org.au or text them to Lyn on 0427 599 890. It will still help us to assess bird life in Brisbane's inner west and observe seasonal changes. Although obsolete, our last flyer, provides some suggestions where you may want to walk and see our avian friends. (Photo: Sylvia Alexander)
CWCN Book Club - Program 2020
The CWCN Book Club began in 2014. We are thrilled about its success. Regular participants tend to look forward to the third Wednesday of each month (except December). However, COVID-19 had us reading and discussing the fantastic titles in our 2020 list via Zoom. Our much loved session at the Centre have now resumed (with precautions), and we hope to be able to continue there during the pandemic, all depending on developments. - Find inspiration by downloading this year's book club flyer here and join our lively discussions.
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