This year the theme will be ‘birds, bats and bees’ including the benefits of attracting a range of flying fauna to our home gardens. The popular program of speakers will include experts in stingless native bees, gardens for wildlife and bats as pollinators plus ‘breakfast with the birds’ from 7.30am and a birdwalk with Faunawatch.
Arrive early and enjoy a breakfast barbecue before walking through majestic native bushland to see and hear our very own early birds. Bring your camera and preserve the moment.
This is a free community event, but please bring cash for the breakfast or café. Throughout the day bird, bat and bee-friendly plants displays and sales will be on. More details are available on the website: friendsofmaroochybotanicgardens.org.au
Come along and find out what plants will bring the natives to your garden! Volunteer Ross Thompson is hoping to attract the bees in this image by Greg Miller.