Moondyne Festival


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Dryandra National Park visit

The Club's annual excursion was held on Friday 29th May in the newly created Dryandra National Park
Fifteen members gathered in the Lions Dryandra Forest Village for great weekend. Although a number of members saw our State Fauna Emblem no one managed to get a photo.
There were many echidnas sighted and photographed and a good list of birds and mammals recorded, with a number of unusual ones photographed. These will be added to the website shortly, but here's a taste of them:

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Above: The mouse-sized Yellow-footed Antechinus ( Antechinus flavipes). Photo: Rob Boase

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Above: A very busy Echidna. Photo: Desrae Clarke

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The new JCAFA logo designed by local artists Greg and Melissa.

2022 Programme

Take a look at our 2022 Programme and see what we have in store for our members.

For further details contact our Secretary Desrae Clarke or phone 9574 5574.

Exploring Toodyay... naturally

A limited number of copies of the Toodyay Naturalists' Club's book a guide to exploring Toodyay... naturally is available for purchase only through the club. It has 190 pages, with colour illustrations throughout; a brief description appears in this flyer , along with details of how to order. The cost of the guide is $27.00 plus packing and postage

Drummond House, the home of the Toodyay Naturalists' Club, is located at 108b Stirling Terrace (next to the Toodyay Bendigo Bank ATM). This is shared with the Toodyay Friends of the River Inc. and Toodyay Historical Society Inc. Drummond House and is open to the public each Saturday between 10am and 12pm. This is a good time to drop in and meet our members, learn more about Toodyay, find out what the groups are doing - or just socialise.
The TNC is grateful to Bendigo Bank and the Toodyay Op Shop (located at B/121 Stirling Terrace) for their assistance with this new home.
DRUMMOND HOUSE IS OPEN TO VISITORS but please ensure you sign our visitor's book and comply with COVID-19 distancing rules.

John Masters Bird Hide and Bilya Walk Track News

The track is OPEN but PLEASE OBSERVE ANY SIGNAGE in the area. Always look out for snakes when walking in the bush. Emergency Snake bite instructions

Bilya Walk Track directions

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Newsletter and Back Issues

The Club regularly publishes the TNC Newsletter, a high quality publication on natural history. Read the LATEST EDITION - August 2022 or you can download back copies.
You can subscribe to the newsletters or order back copies - please type 'subscribe' or 'back copies' with your name and email address addresses in the subject line. For back copies list the copies you require in the text area.
You can also check out our newsletters either by Title . or by Volume.

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The Toodyay Naturalists' Club's John Masters Bird Hide
, and the Toodyay Friends of the River's Bilya Walk Track, continue to attract a host of visitors and walkers.

Wheatbelt NRM Newsletter

Wheatbelt NRM is sponsor of our Newsletter. View the latest Wheatbelt NRM Newsletter or download back issues

Coming Events

The September meeting
will include a walk through a property in Moondyne Park Estate on Saturday afternoon, 17th September 2022.

Members will be provided with meeting details closer to the day or contact our Secretary Desrae Clarke phone 9574 5574.

Page updated 12th September 2022

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