Shoalhaven has successfully grown a strong network of conservation partners

Shoalhaven has successfully grown a strong network of conservation partners

If there is a highlight in BirdLife Shoalhaven for 2016, it would be the expertise, connections and profile our committee has built while speaking out for the conservation of birds. It has certainly been a year in which many serious matters have arisen that impact birds and habitat locally. We have successfully grown a network of conservation partners who share our thinking and work with a range of concerned people and organizations in our coastal region. This has developed BirdLife Shoalhaven’s profile as a local, community based organisation with a strong focus on the conservation of birds.

Image - Dusky Woodswallow by Duade Paton

We saw Lord Howe Woodhen and the endemic races of Pied Currawong

We saw Lord Howe Woodhen and the endemic races of Pied Currawong

BirdLife Western Australia secured significant grants and achieved important milestones

BirdLife Western Australia secured significant grants and achieved important milestones