Evening Wildlife Spotlighting Nature Tour
by Dave Bain
Twilight on Candlagan Creek
Take a leisurely night time ramble wildlife spotting around The Bower at Broulee wildlife refuge with your qualified & experienced ecological guide. Learn all about local ecosystems and you may even catch a glimpse of some of the threatened species of the NSW South Coast. Our tours include some of the best available spotting sites for nocturnal wildlife in private wildlife refuges. These include some of the local coastal "bangalay sand forest" endangered ecological communities (EEC's) habitat.
Join us at dusk when the Australian forest comes alive with the sights and sounds of the native wildlife. You might encounter a resident Yellow-bellied Glider (an endangered species), or Sugar Glider passing overhead, the wise eyes of the Masked Owl, Powerful Owl or Boobook Owl staring back at you , or an inquisitive brush-tail or ring tail possum.
All this to a chorus of frogs such as the Dwarf Green Tree Frog or Peron's Tree Frog as we pass by the waterholes and wetlands in this very special wildlife refuge. Chance a sighting of some nocturnal waterbirds such as Bitterns and Night Herons or hear the crash of a local Wallaby, Kangaroo or Bandicoot as it hops back into the safety of the natural bushland.
Duration: 2 hours
When: 8:30pm on Saturdays and Wednesdays during school holidays OR by appointment with group bookings min 4 and max 10 participants
Where: Broulee - meet at Broulee Shops 7/77 Coronation Street where we'll transport you to the best available wildlife spotlighting sites.
What to Bring: Torch and binoculars if you have them, mosquito repellant, warm jumper and sturdy shoes.
Contact Dave at Total Eco Adventures for more Info