Birds Australia is the country’s oldest national conservation organisation and can boast its oldest scientific journal. As Australia’s only truly national organisation dedicated to the study, conservation and enjoyment of native birds and their habitats, it is justly proud of its motto: ‘Conservation through Knowledge’.
BIRDS AUSTRALIA WA is attending the festival for the first time. The Community Education Committee will be visiting schools in the area. They will also be presenting Bird Identification Workshops, Bird Classes for Beginners and have a display in the Museum Village Park.
Saturday March 7th at 9.45am – 12.45pm
Why watch them? What do we gain? What can they tell us?“THE SOUNDS OF BIRDS”
The dawn chorus. The range of sounds. The loud, the lovely and the ludicrous.“THE LOOK OF BIRDS”
The field marks. The JIZZ (G.I.S.S.) Bird watching aids, binoculars, spotting scopes and field guides. The habitats.
COST $5 includes morning tea and information handouts.
Sunday March 8th at 8.30am. Join Birds Australia WA leaders for a Bird Walk at Kepwari Trail. Meet at the Woody Lake Car Park. The walk will be approx 2 hours long. Binoculars can be provided.
Cost: Gold Coin donation for use of binoculars.
As rain may cause a change of location for the bird walk, please keep checking the website.
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