An abundance of birds nested at the Australian National Botanic Gardens this spring.
Each Saturday and Sunday morning from mid September to mid October I took visitors through the gardens on our annual Breakfast with the Birds walk. The early 8am start is a perfect time to observe birds conducting their often fascinating nesting routines.
This year we saw crimson rosellas, yellow wattle birds, new holland honeyeaters, gang-gang cockatoos, white-winged choughs, Australian magpies, superb fairy-wrens and satin bowerbirds to name just a few!
We finished every walk by enjoying breakfast at the gardens’ cafe and restaurant.
All agreed it was the perfect way to enjoy a spring morning.
Louise, Friends of the Gardens
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Birds of the Australian National Botanic Gardens