Last night, Casey Poolman, an Education Officer from WIRES (Wildlife Information, Rescue and Education Service) Central Coast provided a most informative evening for the Broken Bay Scout Group at the Ettalong Hall (22nd March).
A big THANK YOU to Casey for giving up her time and sharing important tips in regards to our native wildlife.
The talk was very much a “hands on” approach as you can see from the following photos!
Patch looks a little uncertain about handling this one…
A big Hello!
Is everyone blown away by the beauty of the new roof for our Umina Beach Joey/Cub Hall? It even comes complete with whirly birds.
I would like to deliver a heartfelt thank you to everyone involved with the new roof with a special thanks to Kotic and the roof workers Craig, Camo, Jake and Dicko who made it all happen!
Thank you Anthony for the twilight shot.
Hello and welcome to 2016!
Things have been so busy that already we’ve reached the 1st March and this is our first post.
Loads of fun was to be had by all at the recent Founder’s Day celebrated at the Gosford waterfront on 21st February.
I think the following images give an inkling of what transpired.
Smile it’s Founder’s Day…!