Festival Events

8:30 - 12:30pm

MAIN EVENT: Festival of Birds and Biodiversity Symposium 

8.30am – 12.30pm, Thurs 3rd March 2022
$10 Entry

Registration HERE

Citizen Science Ecological Monitoring at Balijup Sanctuary

1pm Thursday 13th Jan – Mon 17th Jan 2022

Camping at Lake Nunijup

Contact Basil Schur for info and registration [email protected]

Monderup View Fauna & Citizen Science

Presented by Eddy and Donna Wajon

Tenterden Sat 15th Jan – Thurs 27th Jan 2022

Info and registration contact Eddy Wajon at [email protected]

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Chingarrup Citizen Science Australia Day Camp

Thursday 20th Jan – Thursday 27th Jan

Contact Eddy Wajon at [email protected]

World Wetland Day Albany

World Wetland Day Albany

Meet the Birds of Lake Sepping

Wed 2nd Feb 9am – 11 am

Meet at Lake Seppings Drive car park .

For registrations click HERE for more information contact [email protected]

World Wetland Day - Denmark Birds and Biodiversity

Wilson Inlet guided tour event

Wed 2nd Feb 9 – 11:30 am 2022

For more info and to register [email protected]

The Miracle of Shorebird Migration Art Exhibition - Albany

1st Feb to 28th Feb

Vancouver Arts Centre, Albany 10 – 4pm Mon – Fri 

Exhibition Opening and Presentations 14th Feb 1:45 pm for 2 – 4:30 pm at Vancouver Arts Centre

Denmark Bird Group presents Denmark Bird Talk 5

9 for a 9:30 start – 12:30 pm
16th Feb 2022 
RSL Hall, Strickland St Denmark

Registrations and further info:
Kirsty [email protected]

Shorebird ID Workshop - Denmark

Workshop with Birdlife WA and Denmark Bird Group


Sat 19 Feb 2022, 2pm – 4.30pm

Contact Kirsty for registration at [email protected]

South Coast Shorebird ID Field Trip


Field Trip – Wilson Inlet


Sun 20 February 2022, 8am – 11am

To Register contact Kirsty at [email protected]


The Miracle of Shorebird Migration Art Exhibition - Denmark

17th Feb to 17th March 2022

The Butter Factory Art Studios & Gallery, Denmark 9 am- 3 pm

Exhibition Opening and Presentations 17th Feb

Tootanellup Wetlands Bioblitz

Focus on Tootanellup and Boggy Lake Reserve

Thursday 10th Feb 2022 9:30 – 4pm 

Reservations and further info: [email protected]

Meet the Birds along the Kalgan River

113 Riverside Road Kalgan

8 – 11am Sun 20th Feb 2022

Please register with Wayne Monks at [email protected]


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Soil Microscopy Workshops

26th and 27th Feb 2022

Day 1: 10am – 4pm

Day 2 9am – 4pm

Demark CRC 2 Strickland St. Denmark

Waterways - Love stories of Place with Nari Lees

Sat 26th – Sun 27th

Denmark CRC – Garden Room

FREE EVENT please register at [email protected] or
call 0403 443 730 for more information

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Build your own Artificial Cockatoo Hollow

A free Artificial Black Cockatoo Hollows and the private enterprise model of conservation hosted by Nullaki Cockatoo Nursery & Carnabys Crusaders

Wed 2nd March 2022


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MAIN EVENT: Festival of Birds & Biodiversity Symposium 2022

8.30am – 12.30pm, Thurs 3rd March 2022

$10 Entry

Registration HERE

Threatened Birds Field Trip

Waychinicup National Park 

Tues 1st March 3pm – 8pm 2022

Register HERE


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Birds at risk of disappearing forever

Thurs. 3rd March 5:30 – 6:30 pm

Sarah Comer ( Regional Ecologist, DCBA) ) and Anne Bondin (BirdLife Australia) will talk about South Coast birds we may lose forever.

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Kwongkan, Black Cockatoo and Great Cocky Count Workshop

Saturday 5th March 9:15am – 4pm
Bremer Bay Community 
Resource Centre

Register HERE

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Go Birdwatching with BirdLife Western Australia

Join the Albany branch on their visit to Morley Beach looking for shorebirds.
Tue 8th March 2022

Register HERE

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Great Cocky count Workshop

Thursday 9th March 5 – 7pm

To register and for more info contact Kirsty [email protected]

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Wetlands & Agroforestry Field-day

The Denmark College of Agriculture students and tutor Albert Adams will demonstrate how wetlands conservation and silviculture can work together

Wednesday 23 March 1 – 2:30pm

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Caring for Cranbrook's Lakes and Shorebirds

Field trip focusing on practical ways to protect salt lake foreshores for shorebird nesting habitat.
Meet at Bobs Lake Bird Hide, 15km from Cranbrook.

Thursday 7th April 12:30 – 3:30 pm

Get to know birds and their calls

Oyster Harbour Foreshore Walk

Sat 12th March 9am – 10:30pm


Denmark Mini Eco - Film Festival

Denmark Civic Centre

Friday 1st April
Session 1: Matinee – 4:30 – 6:15pm
Session 2: 7 pm – 9:30 pm



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Film Harvest presents 'River'

Wednesday 6th April 6:15 pm

Orana Cinema Albany

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How to care for the unique Kwongan and upload flora on Cranbrook farms. Meet at the corner of Solomons & Salt River Roads, 11.2km east of Cranbrook. Morning

Friday 22nd April 2022 10am – 1pm


For Further Information

Basil Schur
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  biodiversity program 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.