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2013 Spring Program of Guided Walks

This spring, fotpin is holding four guided walks to introduce you
to the many faces of the Pinnacle Nature Reserve

All welcome

For all walks wear suitable clothing for the expected weather, and comfortable and appropriate footwear. Bring a backpack with water and snacks, camera, and binoculars.


Birds at Home
Sunday 6th October, 9 to 11 am

John Brannan will lead a stroll around the avian hotspots of the reserve, observing the local birds and the visitors who come each year to nest at the reserve.

Meet at the Dungowan St entrance, Hawker.


birds at home

A Wildflower Ramble
Sunday 20th October, 9 to 11 am

Experienced guide Rosemary Blemings will lead you on a delight-filled ramble, exploring the different plant species and habitats that the reserve has to offer.

Meet at the Dungowan St entrance, Hawker.



Top to Bottom
Sunday 27th October 9 am to 12 noon

Join Pax on a walk that takes in the delights of the main "top" reserve as well as the hidden treasures to be found in the "Bottom Pinnacle" to the south. Don't miss this chance to go beyond the boundaries and explore the possible future of the reserve.

Meet at the De Salis St entrance, Weetangera.




Reading the Landscape
Sunday 17th November, 9 to 11 am

Retired CSIRO landscape ecologist David Tongway will take a more in-depth look at the ecology of the reserve, looking at how landscapes work as biophysical systems and assessing the health of the Pinnacle's ecology.

Meet at the De Salis St entrance, Weetangera.


Download the Spring Walks Brochure for screen viewing [ pdf 476 kB] or for printing [ pdf 1.1 MB]





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