Trip to Capertee National Park

Over the last weekend in September, OFF members booked out the
Homestead and Cottage in Capertee National Park in what is becoming an
annual event. Deb Andrew led the group on several walks in the hope of
spotting the elusive regent honeyeater. Sadly, it was not to be although there
was plenty of wildlife – scarlet honeyeaters, little lorikeets, woodswallows,
wombats, wallaroos, eastern greys, red-bellied black snakes and lace
monitors.

The group also had the opportunity to view firsthand the
woeful tree planting carried out by National Parks and see how the
weeds had neatly colonised the furrows ripped into the hillsides.

A short video of the weekend can be found at:
https://vimeo.com/366174401

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