Worrigee Nature Reserve Community Day Mon 10 October 10:00am– 2:00pm POSTPONED DUE TO RAIN

Bikes, BBQ and Bell frogs
Worrigee Nature Reserve is just bursting with biodiversity! A range of threatened orchids, frogs, endangered plants and the striking Glossy Black Cockatoo live or frequently visit this Reserve. As development increases in the area, Worrigee Nature Reserve acts as an oasis, providing important habitat and food for threatened species.

Join us for a day of learning about native plants and animals at Worrigee Nature Reserve. This is a family friendly event and will include a free BBQ lunch followed by a bike ride* through the Reserve to the frog ponds. The ponds, which were constructed by National Parks and Wildlife Services (NPWS) are now habitat for the Green and Golden Bell Frog. At the frog ponds Ranger Alex Deura will talk about how and why these ponds were constructed, and how you can help ring the Bell for Bell frogs!

*Please note - if you are unable to take part in the bike ride there will be other activities to join.

Worrigee Nature Reserve, start of Worrigee Pipeline Trail, end of Quinns Lane, South Nowra
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Posted on September 08, 2022 05:08 AM by barv barv

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