Festival Events Posters

South Coast Festival of Birds & Biodiversity: Jan - April 2020

MAIN EVENT: Festival of Birds and Biodiversity Symposium 

8.30am – 12.30pm, Fri 13 March 2020
UWA, ALBANY WA
$10 Entry

Bandicoots, Birds and Eco-restoration

A Citizen Science Ecological Monitoring Project

Balingup Sanctuary:
1pm Thurs 16 Jan – 11am Mon 20 Jan

Chingarrup Bio Blitz

5 Day Event: Citizen Science Flora, Fauna and Eco-restoration Project

Fri 24 Jan – Tues 28 Jan

Meet the Birds Along the Kalgan River

8am – 11am Sun 16 Feb

Wetland Tour - West Cranbrook

Join ecologists Geraldine and Steve Janicke as they carry out wetland assessments of Murdellup Lagoon and associated wetlands and bushland between Cranbrook and Frankland

9.30am Tues 19 Feb
Meet at Warrenup Nature Reserve

Feathered Fishers and Others - Art Exhibition

Artworks by Sylvia Harrison at WA Museum Albany

Sat 29 Feb – Sun 29 March
Open 10am – 4pm daily

Event Opening: 2pm Saturday 29 Feb

Albany Shorebird ID Workshop

Come and learn about the amazing world of shorebirds with Birdlife’s Vicki Stokes

9.30am – 11.30am, Tues 3 March
38 Graham St, Albany

Register at https://shorebirds-albany2020.eventbrite.com.au

Sunsmart Albany Kite Fiesta

Kite making and kite flying fun!

10am – 4pm Sun 29 March
ANZAC Peace Park, Albany Foreshore

FREE FAMILY EVENT

Balijup Fauna Citizen Science & Monitoring Weekend

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

Info & reg contact Basil Schur [email protected]

BIRDLIFE Australia Outings

 

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  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.