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An exciting opportunity has arisen for a talented and dedicated person to join our growing urban bird program team. Applications close Monday 24 June 2019
Fancy a few unforgettable months in the remote WA wilderness? Eyre Bird Observatory is looking for caretakers from November 2019 to January 2020.
The team gather for a photo at Peregrine House.
Tegan Douglas from the Birdata team flags some Birdata updates coming your way…
Image: Australian Ringneck by Georgina Steytler
Allan Briggs from BirdLife Capricornia forwarded this update of another great event from this dynamic group!
Well done BirdLife Townsville! Wal Threlfall Secretary of Birdlife Townsville sent in a short update and some photos of a very successful planting day.
Image: Shandelle O'Reilly (Teacher) and Noel Nethery (Principal) get involved in the planting
In the latest edition of Eyre Waves, Alma de Rebeira , Observatory warden, recounts her experience at the most recent Network forum, and thanks the Friends of Eyre for their support.
Image: An Australian Bustard from the Eyre Observatory Facebook page.
Congratulations to Birdlife Australia's Capricornia branch, who have been awarded a $3000 grant to help care for Yellow Chat habitat.
BirdLife Australia’s Andrew Hunter and the Beach-nesting Birds team report back from this vibrant and successful conference, held on May 24-26th, 2019.
This year’s face to face forum in Melbourne continued to exceed our expectations and inspire all those present.
Larry Wakefield, of BirdLife Mornington Peninsula has written an interesting if somewhat alarming update on the state of robin populations on the peninsula, and a plea for use of Birdata to track the numbers of these endearing birds.
BirdLife Ballarat joined BirdLife Castlemaine District on a joint outing in Newstead, the first of many shared activities and projects…
Over 500 people joined forces last weekend to campaign for Stronger Nature Laws!
Allan Briggs and Peter Valentine shared some fascinating talks at a recent community education evening on local and exotic birds and what is being done to protect them.
BirdLife WA eNews celebrates a successful Shorebird 2020 count.
Does your branch or community group carry out work which implements Birdlife’s many conservation programs? If so - apply for a BirdLife ABEF grant before the 31 May.
After a considerable contribution to bird conservation, the BirdLife Victoria Committee has decided to discontinue in its current form.
Seeking birdwatchers in the Bairnsdale area, south of Traralgon, near Broadford and Lancefield, Lismore and in the vicinity of the Wimmera.