Who Are the Geelong Field Naturalists?

The GFNC is a club for anyone interested in wildlife, plants, or conservation in the Geelong region.

The club holds monthly meetings (via a mix of Zoom and face to face) and excursions.

Most meetings have presentations from specialists in aspects of natural history and conservation.

Info on how to join is here

GFNC Observations: Bird
date time
Fairmont Road, Newtown
Core group of about 12, though loose flock totalling at least 20 moving about in garden. Most very good candidates for Tasmanian ssp lateralis with rich chestnut flanks and pale chins. Gleaning for insects, probing flowers and feeding on berries. Visiting lime tree, cottoneaster tree (with berries), several Salvia spp/cultivars (Indigo Spires, Pineallpe Sage, Salvia menthe). About 11:00 flock of at least 8 gleaning aphids from rose buds - just outside dining room window!
Craig Morley