Regent Honeyeater Roadshow

28th Mar 2023

Our New England Regent Honeyeater Roadshow is on again!

Join us on the first stop in the New England Regent Honeyeater Roadshow. We will learn about the critically endangered Regent Honeyeater and what is being done on a national level to conserve them.  

This 'FREE' field day on 28th March will start with a morning bird identification walk commencing at 8:15am and starting from our meeting point; the Steinbrook Hall (Billirimba Road).  We will return to the Hall at approximately 9:30am where we will enjoy a hot cuppa and some morning tea followed by presentations from two expert speakers.

# Remember to wear suitable clothing including footwear as this event includes outdoor activities.

If you cannot make it along to Day 1 of the roadshow here in Tenterfield,  please catch up with our speakers as they continue across the New England region:

Day 2: Bundarra (29th March), to book call Southern New England Landcare (02 6772 9123) or use this link

Day 3: Glen Innes (30th March), to book call Glenrac (02 6732 3443) or email

Day 4: Inverell (31st March) for a bird photography workshop.  Call Gwymac's Lee Thompson (02 6721 4398) to secure your spot.

Guest speakers include:

David M Watson, Ecologist and Mistletoe Expert (

Leonie Pascua, Conservation Keeper - Taronga Western Plains Zoo who will be speaking on the Regent Honeyeater captive breeding and recovery program

Dr Paul McDonald, UNE's Professor in Animal Behaviour in the School of Environmental and Rural Science (animal behaviour expert (# only appearing at the Glen Innes event)

All are welcome. Morning tea and lunch will be provided (complimentary).

This project is funded through the National Landcare Programme's, Turning the Tide for Threatened Species Regent Honeyeater Project.