Cornwall Park is a favourite spot for many different species of native and introduced birds, all with their own unique song and personality. This guided walk will provide
Cornwall Park is a favourite spot for many different species of native and introduced birds, all with their own unique song and personality. This guided walk will provide an introduction to many of the birds that can be seen in the park, their origins, and information on how to best identify them.
Meet at the Huia Lodge Discovery Hub at 10am. The walk will go for about two hours. Bring a pair of binoculars if you have some! Please dress for the weather conditions, wear sturdy shoes and bring a water bottle with you.
Registration is essential and numbers are limited. To register please email firstname.lastname@example.org and provide your name, contact phone number.
The walk is hosted by Ian McLean from Birds New Zealand.
Bookings required for this free event.
Cornwall Park Trust BoardCornwall Park is the oasis at the heart of Auckland city for New Zealanders. The park celebrates the city and its inhabitants with music, events and activities. It is more than just a park — it is 425 acres (172 hectares) of New Zealand’s living history, weaving together our heritage, ecology, agriculture, wildlife, mauri, and community within its lush landscape. The Cornwall Park Trust Board, who manages and operates Cornwall Park, continues to honour Sir John Logan Campbell's wish was that the park be free for every New Zealander to enjoy, forever.09 630 8485 PO Box 26072, Epsom 1344, Auckland, New Zealand