Green Skills Events Posters

BirdLife Australia Outings & Workshop - March

  • Lake Seppings Bird Walk: 8.30am – 10.30am, Mon 4th March
  • Get to know birds by their calls: 9am-10.30am, Mon 11th March
  • Birdwatching with BirdLife Australia: 8am – 1pm, Tues 12th March
  • Bird ID Workshop: 9am – 1.30pm, Sat 23rd & Sun 24th March

South Coast Festival of Birds & Biodiversity: Jan - April 2019 Festival of Birds Symposium

MAIN EVENT: Festival of Birds and Biodiversity Symposium 
8.30am – 12.45pm, Fri 15th March
$10 Entry

Bird Outings:

Waychinicup – 3pm-8pm, 14th March    Denmark – 9am – 11.30am, 30th March  Kalgan – 9am – 1pm, 24th Feb

Gondwana Link Bird & Eco-Restoration

GONDWANA LINK TOUR_12 13 March 2019 (Over Night Field Trip)

2pm Tue 12th – 5pm Wed 13th March
Albany to Boxwood Hill
Bookings Essential

Birds and Wildlife Photo Exhibition & Sessions with Georgina Steytler

BIRDLIFE Australia Outings


Great Cocky Count Workshop

Great Cocky Count Denmark Workshop 11am- 12:30pm, Sat 2nd March, Denmark Environment Centre

BIRDLIFE Australia Outings


Lake Nunijup Wetland Event

Citizen Science Wetland & Fauna Survey
9.30 am, Wed 20th Feb

SunSmart Albany Kite Fiesta 2019

SunSmart Albany Kite Fiesta Sun 24 March 2019 poster – Kite Making and Kite Flying Fun!
10am – 4pm, Sun 24th March 2019
FREE Entry

Balijup Fauna Citizen Science & Monitoring Weekend

11am, Fri 31 Jan 1pm – Mon 4th Feb 2019, Ballijup, TENTERDEN

Info & reg contact Basil Schur [email protected]

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.