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13 March, 2021
7:30 AM
Tempe Lands, Water Basin 1, Near South Street and Station Street, Tempe
Close up of small yellow-crested bird on a thing tree branch

Join the Tempe Birdos to survey bird life and other fauna in Tempe Lands, a thriving haven for native wildlife and a priority biodiversity area in the inner west

Tempe Birdos have recorded 110+ bird species since monthly surveying began in September 2011. The group is supported by Inner West Council through supervision and a Groundwork – Grassroots Sustainability grant.

Tempe Birdos meet on the second Saturday of the month,  at Water Basin 1 in the open meeting space within the Tempe Wetlands, just near the corner of South and Station Streets, Tempe. Meet from about 7.30am for an 8am start.

Bird watchers of all levels and ages. are most welcome. Some people find it helpful to have binoculars, but they’re not always necessary. It’s also a great opportunity for photographers as it’s such a beautiful spot. The survey takes a bit over an hour, then we regroup for morning tea over at Tempe Reserve—BYO mug!

Those who are unwell on the day of the performance, display symptoms, have recently arrived from interstate, or have reason to believe they may have been in contact with a confirmed or suspected COVID case, are not able to attend this event.

For more information on the Tempe Birdos and other biodiversity volunteering opportunities in the Inner West Council area click here.