IFFA excursion: Bush Stone-curlew captive breeding sites tour

Published 05/03/16

Enjoy a tour of a Bush Stone-curlew captive breeding area to see these unique birds, visit protected sites and explore a Box Ironbark forest restoration project guided by Judy Crocker, Facilitator of the Mid-Loddon Sub-Catchment Management Group. 

Meet at 73 Boyds Road, Lockwood, just south of Bendigo (approximately 1 ½ hour drive from Melbourne). 

Please don’t wear bright-coloured clothes. Bring your lunch, water and snacks. 

RSVP to Karen McGregor 9386 3102 – please leave your name, how many people you will be bringing, and your phone number so we can call you back. 

Free for IFFA members, $5 non-members, $2 concession. Maximum 20 people.