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Join us on the third stop in the New England Regent Honeyeater Roadshow.  Here we will learn about the critically endangered Regent Honeyeater and what is being done on a national level to conserve them including the 2021 captive bred release and targeted Noisy Miner control in the Regent's key breeding areas. 

This 'FREE' field day will start with a morning bird identification walk commencing at 8:15am and starting from our meeting point; the Sunnyside Community Hall.  Returning to the Hall at approximately 9:30am we will enjoy a hot cuppa and some morning tea followed by presentations from three expert speakers:

Guest speakers:

1. Dr Stephen Debus, Ornithologist, University of New England 

Topic - Overview of the National Regent Honey Eater Recovery Program.

2. Dr Ahmad Barati, Zoologist, Postdoctoral Research Fellow, University of New England

Topic - Woodland bird diversity on TSRs on the Northern Tablelands: current populations, trends and potential threats. 

3. Candice Larkin, NSW Woodland Birds Project Officer, Birdlife Australia 

Topic - Regent Honeyeaters and the 2021 captive bred release (details and update)

All are welcome. Morning tea and lunch will be provided (complimentary).

RSVP by the Monday, 25th April.

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Sunnyside Hall Sunnyside Hall Road Tenterfield NSW 2372 Australia

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Karen Pickering.
Granite Borders Landcare Committee Inc.

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