Sunday 14 March, 10.30-12pm (or a little later) - FULLY BOOKED
In Autumn, we see not only how colourful butterflies are when they are flying, but also how well 'camouflaged' they are when resting on logs or rocks. Will we see Imperial Jezebels, Australian Painted Ladies, Common Brown Butterflies and/or others that are around in Autumn? We all love sunlight, and owe many glorious and sweet-scented flowers, at least those of long tubular form, to the butterflies and moths that pollinate them.
Join our local expert, Suzi Bond, to see and hear about butterflies and the plants they like near the summit of Black Mountain.
It will be a generally easy walk with some steep sections and steps.
Copies of the "Field Guide to the Butterflies of the Australia Capital Territory" by Suzi Bond with Steve Halliday and John Stein will be for sale. Other booklets will also be for sale,
Please note: Places are limited, and limited to those over 18 years of age.