Posters

SunSmart Albany Kite Fiesta 2019

Kite Making and Kite Flying Fun
Sunday 24th March 2019
10am – 4pm
ANZAC Peace Park, Albany
Free entry

Balijup Fauna Citizen Science & Monitoring Weekend

Help the Hoodie Field trip
Friday 31 Jan 1pm – Mon 4th Feb 2019
11am                                                            Ballijup Tenterden

Information and registration contact Basil Schur [email protected]

Help the Hoodie

 

Birds and Wildlife Photo Exhibition and Sessions with Georgina Steytler

Photographic Exhibition
1st to 28th March

3 Anchors Middleton Beach, Albany
Talk and Workshop                              Sat 9th March 
Albany
Costs Apply

Great Cocky Count and Workshop

Workshop date T.B.C.

Great Cocky Count
Sunday 7th April 2019
5.30 – 7.30pm
Denmark Enviroment Centre
Information and registration contact Project Officer [email protected]

Albany Great Cocky Workshop

 

Gondwana Link Bird & Eco-Restoration

Over Night Field Trip
2pm Tue 12th- 5pm Wed 13th March 
Albany to Boxwood Hill
Bookings Essential

Festival of Birds Symposium

Bird walks & talks
Friday 15th March 2019 
8:30am – 12:45pm
UWA, Albany
$10 Entry

Western Ground Parrot & Rare Birds Outing

Bird Life Workshop
Saturday 24th March 2018
9am – 11:30pm
Mt Shadforth
$10 Entry

BIRDLIFE Australia Outings

BIRDLIFE Australia Outings
Various times & locations

BIRDLIFE Australia Outings

 

Lake Nunijup Wetland Event

Citizen science fauna survey
930 am Wed 20th Feb
Near Kendenup
Free

For Further Information

Basil Schur
(08) 9848 3310  |  0429 481 019
[email protected]

This Festival is supported by Lotterywest, Museum of the Great Southern, Green Skills, BirdLife WA, UWA- Albany, South Coast NRM, WA Department of Biodiversity, Conservation, and Attractions, Albany Bird Group, Gondwana Link Ltd, Yongergnow Malleefowl Centre, Bush Heritage Australia, Conservation Council of WA & others.

The Green Skills  Gondwana Wetland project is supported by funding from the Koorabup Trust and SOuth Coast NRM through funding from the Australian Government. Its Balijup project is supported by  the Western Australian Government’s State Natural Resource Management Program, supported by Royalties for Regions.