FULLY BOOKED: Ants on Black Mountain Ramble
Ants are renowned for being busy and social and fun to watch. Have you seen any jump, or fly? Did you know that, according to the Australian Bureau of Statistics, the 452 hectare Black Mountain Nature Reserve has more species of ant that the whole of Britain (more than 100 species, compared with around 41 species in Britain)? Join expert Dr Ajay Narendra to see which of them are active at this time of day as predators and scavengers, and hear about their amazing navigation skills.
Generally easy ramble with some steep sections.
Copies of “Ants of Canberra” (a foldout leaflet) priced at $1, and other items will be for sale, too.
Meet: Belconnen Way entry to Black Mountain (see balloons).
Bring: Friends and family. Water. Snacks if you wish. ‘Gold Coin Donation’ to Friends of Black Mountain. Magnifying glass if you wish.
Wear: Sturdy walking gear, including hat and stout shoes.
Please Book: Places are limited, so please email your name and phone number to email@example.com, or phone Linda (0437 298 711). It helps us to let you know if arrangements need to change (e.g. because of the weather).