Activities tagged: birds

Animal Capers Family Fun

Hosted By: Tea Tree Gully Library

A great opportunity for families to meet and greet a variety of animals at the Tea Tree Gully Library. Animal Capers offers an educational, interactive experience where children can learn about birds, mammals, reptiles, amphibians and invertebrates (animals without a backbone)

Cost: Free

Target Audience: Families

Region: Metro and Greater Adelaide

Where: Tea Tree Gully Library

When: Tuesday 3 October

Registration Required:

For further information:

Michelle Elliot 08 8397 7449 [email protected]

Discovering the Birds of the Adelaide International Bird Sanctuary

Hosted By: Friends of Adelaide International Bird Sanctuary, in partnership with the Adelaide and Mt Lofty Ranges Natural Resources Management Board.

Join us for two special activities! Learn about our migratory and resident shorebirds and watch them feeding in the waters off St Kilda in the 'Bird Identification' activity. Scopes and binoculars will be set up for children to view and identify the birds.  A team of enthusiastic guides will be available to encourage, educate and nurture an understanding and appreciation of the wonders of nature that can be found in this special area. In the 'The Flock: Let’s keep the shorebirds coming' activity, children can help spread the word about our amazing shorebirds by painting a wooden shorebird to add to the Flock Adelaide. Their bird will join the rest of the Flock as it continues to “fly” between different events around the region, raising community awareness about the threats facing our shorebirds. Then complete some additional shorebird crafts to take home!

Cost: Both activities are free

Target Audience: 5 - 12 years

Region: Metro and Greater Adelaide

Where: Meet at the St Kilda Community Hall, Beach Road St Kilda. 

When: Saturday 7 October

Registration Required:

Bookings are essential for ‘The Flock: Let’s keep the shorebirds coming’  –  book here for 10 a.m. session and here for 11.30 am session. No bookings are required for Bird Identification.

For further information:

Email Friends of Adelaide International Bird Sanctuary