Program Reminder January 2018

Program Reminder January 2018

For full program click her: Monitoring Program 2018 or visit: BBB Facebook


What To Bring – Always wear covered shoes and bring water, hat, sunscreen and insect repellent. Except for presentation days, always bring something to eat for morning or afternoon tea and lunch if it’s over the lunch period. For presentation days bring a plate to share for morning or afternoon tea

Contact – for all BBB & BVBW Activities –   Jan -02 66803279 or Mobile 0428864378

Note: For surveys, experience is not necessary. Beginners are welcomed at all outings which will provide an opportunity to learn about our birds and their habitat.


Saturday 20th – 7.30am – Latham’s Snipe Survey & Shorebird 2020 Survey – Byron Wetlands & Belongil Ponds. Birds of Byron Shire Birding Brochure Site No 9

Meet at Byron Wetlands gate.       

How to Get There – Take the exit off Ewingsdale Rd at the BP station into Bayshore Drive, follow the road past IGA and then just after IGA turn left into Wallum Place – drive to the end.

For people with keys Saturday is an access day otherwise the gates will be closed – so please let me know if you intend to turn up please email or contact 0428864378 on arrival.

Bring –morning tea and a chair


Sunday 21st – 7.30am – Shorebird 2020 Survey -Belongil Estuary

Birds of Byron Shire Birding Brochure Site No 8

Meet at Elements Carpark end of Bayshore Drive-

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How to Get There – As above, but instead of turning into Wallum Place continue over the railway line to the end of the road and park.

Bring morning tea and a chair


Monday 22nd – 7.30 am – Shorebird 2020 survey –Brunswick River & Brunswick Salt Marsh. Birds of Byron Shire Birding Brochure Site No 15

Meet at end of North Head Road – New Brighton

Access – North over Brunswick River Bridge on Tweed Valley Way, 2nd exit off roundaboutinto Rajah Rd, 2nd L into Warrnambool Rd, 2nd exit next roundabout continuing over OranaBridge, 1st R into North Head Road to the end of dirt road.

Bring –morning tea


Saturday 27th – 8am –- Exploring Byron Shire Bird Trails Birdwatching –

Broken Head Nature Reserve –

Birds of Byron Shire Birding Brochure Site No 1

Meet – in car park in Broken Head Reserve. Note parking fees apply or a National Parks pass

Access – End of Broken Head Reserve Road 7km south of Byron Bay.

Other Northern River Group January Outings for bird-watching


Saturday 20th – Ballina Shorebird Group Shorebird 2020 survey – for details and times – Contact


Wednesday 31st –   Brunswick Valley Bird Watchers (BVBW) –

Upper Crystal Creek – private property. For details and times –