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    Ngununggula / Bluetts Block Bush Buds Walk

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    Ngununggula: Pronounced Nun-nun-gull-ah, meaning “Belonging to here” in Ngunawal.

    Join us for our Ngununggula/ Bluetts Block Bush Buds walk - the theme of this walk is Woodlands, and will have the opportunity to learn more about the habitat of the following Bush Buds: 

    • Gang-gang Cockatoo
    • Pink tailed worm lizard
    • Regent honeyeater
    • Swift parrot
    • Superb parrot
    • Scarlet Robin
    • Hooded Robin
    • The area is also provides habitat for many other threatened and rare plants and animals

    The diverse woodlands of Ngununggula/Bluetts Block urgently need protection as a Nature Reserve.  Learn about this special place, the plants and animals that call it home and what you can do to help protect it as a nature reserve.

    Where: Ngununggula/ Bluetts Block 

    When: 10am Sunday 2 June 2024

    Who: Ecologist Rainer Rehwinkel will be leading the walk. Ecologist Rainer is a field naturalist, ecologist, birder, plantsman, artist, and conservation activist. Rainer has spent the greater part of his professional career on data-gathering to support best approaches to biodiversity conservation and connectivity.

    Bring: Please wear covered shoes, a hat and sunscreen. Bring morning tea and water. 

    Accessibility: This walk is on a dirt track with some steep and uneven sections. It will be approximately 5km return. It is appropriate for children who are most welcome. It is not recommended for those with limited/ reduced mobility. 

    Join the Conservation Council on a walk at Ngununggula/ Bluetts Block led by Rainer Rehwinkel. 


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