birdscapricornia@irock.com.au. Birds Queensland Melway Ref 34 D5. is the state branch of Birds Australia (Royal Australasian Ornithologists Union). http://canberrabirds.org.au or email bjones@asitis.net.au Dawn Beck (Count Co-ordinator) Ph: (07) 3378 8598 email: alphabec@powerup.com.au Our http://www.missionbeachcassowaries.com/index.html, BirdLife Bundaburg c/o Secretary The members of the committee are shown on the right and you are encouraged Email to: secretary@enhs.org.au, The Wetlands Centre Thank you for wanting to learn about The Pheasant & Waterfowl Society of Australia. Is a regional group of the national organisation Birds Australia, formally known as the Royal Australasian Ornithologists Union (RAOU). A bi-monthly newsletter is also published. The Queensland Wader Study Group is a special interest group of the Queensland Ornithological Society Inc., with the object to promote and participate in the study and conservation of waders and their habitats and to influence government policy and public opinion for the well-being of waders. Visitors welcome to attend all functions. They’re not going to know what the hell’s going on, because all of the patterns and rhythms of the past are being disrupted. Regular club outings on the last weekend of each month take advantage of this location to access both inland and coastal species. The Illawarra Bird Observers Club Inc. Illawarra Birders Inc. is a birding organisation based in the Illawarra, south of Sydney. The city’s position on the very edge of the Great Dividing Range enables Toowoomba birdwatchers to enjoy birding on both the eastern and western sides of the Great Dividing Range. Melways Reference 34 D5 Enter via the entrance on the South Side of the building. Far South Coast Birdwatchers The Blue Mountains are located west of Sydney, encompassing the area between Penrith and Lithgow. http://users.mcmedia.com.au/~stocky/boca_echuca.html, Birdline Tasmania Sheryl Keates (Treasurer) 08 8941 6262 email: tattlers@tpg.com.au Birding NSW – NSW Field Ornithologists Club Inc. http://www.eremaea.com/BirdlineRecentSightings.aspx?Birdline=1, http://users.mcmedia.com.au/~stocky/boca_echuca.html, http://www.eremaea.com/BirdlineRecentSightings.aspx?Birdline=3. We can also now add a Lost & Found section to the Website. THE FLEURIEU PENINSULA CAGE BIRD SOCIETY INC. eBird Australia is managed by a steering com… Cowra Visitors Centre BAWA, Birds Australia Western Australia (Inc) QLD  4810, Email: northernqld@birdlife.org.au Leg rings in a large range of sizes to suit all bird species. http://members.iinet.net.au/~foconnor Bookings are Should you wish to read more about QWSG activities and programmes, full details are provided in “Queensland Wader”, which members receive quarterly. PARROT SOCIETY OF AUSTRALIA. The WA Group has monthly meetings, frequent excursions, runs several projects connected with bird research and conservation, and publishes a quarterly newsletter, Western Australian Bird Notes. The Society and some of its Branches hold Annual Bird Expos which are open to members as well as the general public. Our bi-monthly magazine Parrot Society of Australia News holds pride of place as the Society's newsletter. We have been sup... See More. It's a worthwhile hobby! We have campouts at least twice a year where the emphasis is on fun as well as worthwhile projects which cater for all levels of expertise from beginner to professional. A “members only” page that provides information and a safe area to discuss avicultural matters. http://www.cassowaryconservation.asn.au, Mission Beach Cassowaries Birds Australia is the premier bird conservation group in Australia. http://www.eremaea.com/BirdlineRecentSightings.aspx?Birdline=1. Vitamin and mineral products. P O Box 888, MORUYA NSW 2537 We are a non-profit www.wildcare.com.au. We conduct at least two outings every month in the greater Sydney region as well as meetings on the third Tuesday of every month at 8 pm at Castle Hill Community Centre, Pennant Street, Castle Hill. There are plenty. About See All +61 406 675 819. www.pwsa.org.au . The club, which is affiliated with the Bird Observers Club of Australia, publishes an interesting and informative monthly Newsletter and participates in numerous local and national projects. Email: foconnor@iinet.net.au. NSW, Phone: 02 6342 4333 or email: tourism@cowra.nsw.gov.au, 12 bird watching trails around Grenfell in Central NSW Avoid drafts by plugging… The Society meets at 8pm on the fourth Wednesday of each month (Except December) at our meeting place in “The Pines Learning Centre” 520 Blackburn Road, East Doncaster. The aims of the Association are to promote the study and conservation of Australian birds, to record results of research into all aspects of bird life and to encourage bird watching as a leisure activity. BirdLife Australia was created in 2012 from the merger of Birds Australia and BOCA. The members of BirdLife Australia, along with our supporters and partners, have been powerful advocates for native birds and the conservation of their habitats since 1901. http://www.birdlife.org.au Community See All. There is a large range of birds and bird products for sale from members normally at much lower prices than commercial bird outlets. QLD 4073, Birdline Central & Southern Queensland The Association is currently (1999) celebrating its centenary year and is the oldest ornithological organisation in Australia. The most common dangers to captive birds include: DRAFTS: these cause chills which can be fatal. If you offer accommodation, guiding or other services related to birding and birdwatchers in Australia and wish to be listed on Ausbird you can email us at: Birding NSW was formed in 1966. The Avicultural Society of Australia Inc. is one of the oldest Avicultural Societies in Australia, having been formed in 1940. Some examples of the products held in stock include: Our quarterly magazine is ‘Wingspan’. Regular Meetings for discussion of projects, planning of field trips and activities, development of policy and positions on local and regional issues. Location: Tweed Valley – Byron Bay – Gold Coast region of New South Wales (NSW) and Queensland (QLD). As well as supporting research into birds and their habitats, the Association conducts field trips on the last Sunday, middle Saturday, and third Thursday of each month. A newsletter, Contact Call, is issued four times a year and regular field trips are organized at least once a month in the various regions. Egg Candler Write to the Secretary at PO Box 550 BAULKHAM HILLS 1755 Peter Rothlisberg (Secretary) 07 3822 3759 email: peter.rothlisberg@csiro.au http://www.eremaea.com/BirdlineRecentSightings.aspx?Birdline=5. Our mission is to conserve native birds and biological diversity in Australasia and Antarctica, through the study and management of birds and their habitats, and the education and involvement of the community. Mid Western Highway The portal was later renamed to eBird Australia. Cumberland Bird Observers Club Inc. By joining the biggest community of bird lovers in Australia, you can help us make a positive impact on the future of our native birdlife. Service items are available for sale at meetings. Birds Australia is the premier bird conservation group in Australia. PO Box 37 Join the Avicultural Society of New South Wales! A dedicated editorial staff of volunteer society members aim to produce a quality publication that covers not only breeding and species-related articles, but information on companion parrot care and veterinary advice from qualified avian vets as well. Blue Mountains Bird Observers Visitors are welcome. It currently has a membership in excess of 1000 and welcomes membership applications from those persons interested in birds their welfare and care, both in captivity and the wild. PO Box Q277 Web Page: http://www.birdssa.asn.au Our objectives are to encourage knowledge and enjoyment of native birds, and actively promote the protection and conservation of native birds and their habitat. The Avicultural Society of Australia Inc. supports its members in the breeding and conservation of aviary held birds. We meet on the second Saturday in February, May, August and November at 1.30pm at the Mid Mountains Community Centre, New Street Lawson. Visitors (especially beginners and potential members) are always most welcome at meetings, field trips and campouts. These items are normally available at Society meetings and limited stocks can also be obtained from some of our Society Branches. http://www.waders.org.au http://www.aviceda.org to further our knowledge of local birds. It is also building strong networks with other groups with an interest in birds. It currently has a membership in excess of 1000 and welcomes membership applications from those persons interested in birds their welfare and care, both in captivity and the wild. The Royal Australasian Ornithologists Union (RAOU), now part of BirdLife Australia, was Australia's largest non-government, non-profit, bird conservation organisation.It was founded in 1901 to promote the study and conservation of the native bird species of Australia and adjacent regions, making it Australia's oldest national birding association. Sicklebill Safaris has been operating in the Pacific region for over 20 years. The Eurobodalla Natural History Society was formed in 1986 to foster and encourage interest in the natural products of the shire, train members in the keeping of records and compile and publish Annual Records as ‘Nature in Eurobodalla’. AVI-TRADER. We have been using waterbirds as indicators of the pressures and trajectories of change in our wetlands and rivers, over 38 years, 1983-2020. http://www.dubbofieldnats.org.au, NSW Bird Atlassers Inc. c/- The South Australian Museum, North Tce ADELAIDE 5000 Looking for some incredible bird species, advertised by Members of The Parrot Society of Australia? Web page: http://www.birdlifenq.org/. http://www.fncv.org.au Alternatively, you can just enjoy Australia’s best bird magazine Wingspan, in the knowledge that your subscription is hard at work safeguarding our beautiful birds. The Club has over 800 members and publishes the bimonthly refereed journal ‘The Victorian Naturalist’ since 1884. Location: Griffith, Leeton and Narrandera, New South Wales, Australia Murrumbidgee Field Naturalists Inc Belgian Gardens Email: fscbirds@bigpond.com. 2,957 people follow this. SYDNEY NSW 1230, info@birdingnsw.org.au This is a huge area rich in We are also the meeting ground for everyone with an interest in birds from the curious backyard observer to the dedicated research scientist. We are a Not-For-Profit store, run by The Parrot Society of Australia, that stock a huge range of bird supplies. A Centenary book of some 200 pages comprising edited contributions from long-standing members is expected to be published in Oct/Nov of 1999, reflecting a history of ornithology in South Australia. Members are able to advertise free both birds for sale and exchange in our monthly journal Australian Aviculture. In Sydney, meetings are held on the first Tuesday of every month at 7.30 pm in the  Mitchell Theatre Level 1, Sydney Mechanics School of Arts, 280 Pitt Street, Sydney, situated between Park and Bathurst Streets. From this site visit pages on regional and overseas birding, see features on rarities, bird types and even frogs. Bookings essential. Eremaea Birds merged with the Cornell Lab of Ornithology eBird project in February 2014 to become Eremaea eBird, the Australia portal for eBird. We hold Birding Courses, have activities for children and a very comprehensive ornithological library. Where Members can advertise birds, or avian related products, for sale or wanted and anyone can view or advertise lost & found. History. Welcome to Avi-Trader! 1.6K likes. As well as a quarterly newsletter, the Association publishes the highly regarded scientific journal “The South Australian Ornithologist”. Birds For Sale; Lovebird Links; ALBS Committee; Contact Us; Since 1980 Dedicated to keeping the Lovebird standard strong New members are always welcome 2021 ALBS rings . Regular Newsletter to keep you informed of activities and projects and to record observations. http://www.mfn.org.au Facebook is showing information to help you better understand the purpose of a Page. Was founded in 1880, and continues as a vigorous and practical advocate of conservation and the study of natural history to this day. Visitors to the area are always welcome to participate in these outings, or to contact club members for assistance at other times of the month. Bird Keeping in Australia - Avicultural Society of South Australia, PO Box 485, North Adelaide, Australia. Sales tables can be booked through the Society or its Branches. The aim of Birds Queensland is to promote the scientific study and conservation of birds by all means possible, with particular reference to the birds of Queensland. Birdlife Australia (also known as Birds Australia/the Royal Australasian Ornithologists Union) is one of this nation’s oldest conservation organisations. The Society caters for all Australian and exotic birds. Evening Meetings with a Guest Speaker, are held in Merimbula on the second Thursday of February, April, June, August, October and December. The members of BirdLife Australia, along with our supporters and partners, have been powerful advocates for native birds and the conservation of their habitats since 1901. Newington Armory www.hastingsbirdwatchers.org.au, Wildcare Queanbeyan Inc. Both the Society and its Branches often organize Aviary Visits to other members aviaries as well as Public Bird Parks which enables members to increase their avicultural knowledge. Printable bird lists and a page detailing local bird watching spots with likely species, available in several formats. In recent years we have been joined by other excellent guides and offer itineraries to Asia, Africa and the Middle East as well as Australia and the Pacific. Meetings usually feature a guest speaker. Membership details can be obtained from the secretary: Birds Australia North Queensland Group Our area of interest is the Bega Valley Shire which extends from Bermagui, south along the coast to the border with Victoria and west to the ranges to include Bemboka, including the towns of Bega, Tathra, Merimbula, Pambula and Eden. Welcome to the Event Hub for The Parrot Society of Australia! This area covers a wide range of habitats: forests, coastal heathland, farming, lakes and estuaries. And Australia, as the driest inhabited continent, is under extreme pressure. Contact: The Secretary: 08 8370 3349 The club was established in 1975 to promote the enjoyment of the region’s bird and to stimulate serious ornithological research throughout the area. Hunter Bird Observers Club, Newcastle Committee members who can assist you with more information include, Andrew Geering (Chairperson) Ph: (07) 3896 9353 (wk) email: Andrew.Geering@deedi.qld.gov.au If you are concerned about the future of Australia’s wild birds and their habitats then you should join Birds Australia. The club’s aims are to share with others the joys of bird watching and to support the conservation of Australian birds and their habitats. Illawarra Birders Inc – based in Wollongong NSW Our quarterly magazine is ‘Wingspan’. Birds Australia Southern Queensland Contacts: www.toowoombabirdobservers.org/contact.html, Tweed Bird Observers You can participate in our activities and research projects that have a real impact on the conservation of our birds. All trips depart at 8am and return is the state branch of Birds Australia (Royal Australasian Ornithologists Union). The Society holds it’s monthly meetings on the fourth Wednesday of the month at 8.00pm, with the exception of December when it is the second Wednesday, in The Pines Learning Centre 520 Blackburn Rd East Doncaster. Avicultural products can be purchased from the Society’s Services Steward at competitive prices. Contact: John Mulley Mob: 0488 244 446 Email: jmulley@bigpond.net.au. http://www.eremaea.com/BirdlineRecentSightings.aspx?Birdline=3, Birds Australia / Birds Tasmania Meetings are held at the Charles Hawker Conference Centre in the Waite Institute on Waite Rd, Netherby at 8.00 pm, at which details of field trips are available. native birds, migratory birds and their habitats. Thermostats for Hospital cages. Visitors are welcome. essential and can be made well in advance to PO Box 180 Pambula NSW 2549, and services. By joining the biggest community of bird lovers in Australia, you can help us make a positive impact on the future of our native birdlife. By joining the biggest community of bird lovers in Australia, you can help us make a positive impact on the future of our native birdlife. 28 Peppertree St Ausbird is owned & operated by Sicklebill Safaris, a small family run company based in North Queensland, Australia. South Australian Ornithological Association Inc. c/- The South Australian Museum, North Tce ADELAIDE 5000 The aims of the Association are to promote the study and conservation of Australian birds, to record results of research into all aspects of bird life and to encourage bird watching as a leisure activity. Email: aviculturalsocietynsw@yahoo.com.au Launched in March 2003, Eremaea Birds rapidly became the web site of choice for Australian birders for recording and maintaining their bird sightings in Australia and overseas. Pelagic Trips out of Eden on the fifth Sunday of EVERY month. The club’s aims are to share with others the joys of bird watching and to support the conservation of Australian birds and their habitats. http://www.eremaea.com/BirdlineRecentSightings.aspx?Culture=en-US&Birdline=5&Path=8, C4 (Community for Coastal and Cassowary Conservation Inc.) From desert to rainforest, mangroves to mulga visit our pages and see why this area has such a wide appeal to birders and naturalists from all over! SINNAMON PARK Objective: To facilitate and promote the knowledge of Natural History and to encourage the preservation and Protection of the Australian Natural Environment especially that of the Murrumbidgee Valley The members of BirdLife Australia, along with our supporters and partners, have been powerful advocates for native birds and the conservation of their habitats since 1901. Birding Southern Queensland Parrot Society of Australia Members to advertise what birds, or avian-related products, they want to buy The general public to advertise lost or found birds With the increasing restrictions on selling animals through social media, the Parrot Society of Australia is providing an interactive space for members and the general public to see birds for sale, wanted and lost and found. Australia’s birds, meanwhile, will experience their own disorienting condition—“total koyaanisqatsi,” he says, using the Hopi word meaning “life out of balance.” “There’s just going to be a lot of confused birds. http://www.eremaea.com/BirdlineRecentSightings.aspx?Birdline=4, For comprehensive Australian weather information, please visit the. Email: info@bmbo.org.au If you’re a Parrot Society of Australia Member, you’ll also … Many of these products are not available from your local Pet Shop. Our mission is to conserve native birds and biological diversity in Australasia and Antarctica, through the study and management of birds and their habitats, and the education and involvement of the community. Sydney Olympic Park Western Australia Recent Bird Sightings GAWLER AND DISTRICTS BIRD CLUB INC. Web page: http:/www.bmbo.org.au. http://www.illawarrabirders.org www.grenfell.org.au/birdtrails, Birds of the Bush Visitors and interested observers are most welcome to attend all ENHS activities. Tom and Marie’s Birding and Wildlife Pages! The BA-NQG area covers Queensland north of Giru to the Torres Strait Islands and west to the border with the Northern Territory. On the NSW Central Coast, meetings are held on the fourth Tuesday of every month at 7.30 pm in the Tuggerah Progress Hall, Anzac Street, Tuggerah. Introduction, Calendar of Events/Outings, Projects, Tweed Valley Bird List, Northern Rivers Bird List, and more. http://www.birdsofthebush.com, Montague Island, NSW (Conservation Volunteers Australia) This comprehensive website contains a wealth of information to assist members in caring for their birds. Go to the Branch page for locations and meeting details. Ph: 02 6772 5358 International: + 61 2 6772 5358. organisation and exist solely by the voluntary efforts of our members. This is a list of the wild birds found in Australia including its outlying islands and territories, but excluding the Australian Antarctic Territory.The outlying islands covered include: Christmas, Cocos (Keeling), Ashmore, Torres Strait, Coral Sea, Lord Howe, Norfolk, Macquarie and Heard/McDonald.The list includes introduced species, common vagrants and recently extinct species. From small beginnings nearly 30 years ago, COG has grown into a large, effective and influential organisation that supports research and puts its case on conservation issues. Visitors are always welcome. http://members.westnet.com.au/archive/, Barrabup Sanctuary, accommodation & camping near Nannup, Western Australia http://www.birdsaustralia.com.au/the-organisation/southern-qld.html, Cooper Creek Wilderness’ guided Daintree Forest Tours Looking for a particular species of bird? Most meetings feature guest speakers who address members on a range of bird related topics. Read more. BA is dedicated to the understanding, conservation and enjoyment of Australia’s wild, native birds. We welcome anyone with an interests in birds: beginning birdwatchers, amateurs and professionals as well as those with a general interest in nature. South Australian Ornithological Association Inc. David Edwards (Newsletter Editor) 07 3262 2017 email: gouldian@ozemail.com.au Contact: Debbie Dart Mob: 0439 568 974 Email: pdreefdiver@hotmail.com Web: www.clubfleurieu.websyte.com.au. Monthly meetings with guest speakers, Outings, Pelagic trips, Photo Competition and Camp-outs are part of the yearly program, as well as interstate and overseas birding trips. http://www.bundabergbirdobservers.org/site/, Birdline NSW Phil & Linda Cross (Leg Flag Sightings) Ph: (07) 3822 3759 email: xenus@big.net.au, QWSG Chairperson Page Transparency See More. Web Page: Next year we hope! Lying 270 km south of Sydney, bounded in the east by the South Pacific Ocean and in the west by the Great Dividing Range, the Eurobodalla Shire has a very diverse environment, including large tracts of native forest, open grazing land, three major river estuaries, coastal lakes and swamps, heathland, as well as off-shore islands containing breeding colonies of seabirds. Visitors welcome to meetings and outings, just check the site for details. The sales and exchanges details also appear on our website. Plans to construct hospital cages and seed winnowers. Birds Australia is an independent, not-for profit research and conservation organisation. Email: general@birdssa.asn.au, Gluepot Station, Birds Australia property The Society has 11 Branches throughout country Victoria. Our mission is to conserve native birds and biological diversity in Australasia and Antarctica, through the study and management of birds and their habitats, and the education and involvement of the community. Group walks every second Saturday and fourth Sunday of EACH month. Member resources. We hold regular walks and bus trips and publish a monthly newsletter. Field meetings on the FOURTH Sunday of every month from February to November. http://www.fleurieubirdwatchers.org, Frank O’Connor’s Birding Western Australia Serves birders and visitors to the Darling Downs and south-west. Attendance at the meetings is approximately 50 with overseas members and visitors most welcome. The Finch Society of Australia (FSA) is an Australian club for finch enthusiasts throughout Australia and internationally. Email: info@birdlife.org.au, Birdline Victoria Website: www.birdsaustralia.com.au, Birds Australia, Northern NSW Group 1 Jamieson St 2,824 people like this. Membership of the Avicultural Society of Australia enables members to advertise on this page and to use the services of the exchange steward to provide phone contacts for the buying and selling of birds and to have their requirements advertised through the journal at no cost. Occasional weekdays for surveys or special events. The WA Group has monthly meetings, frequent excursions, runs several projects connected with bird research and conservation, and publishes a quarterly newsletter, Western Australian Bird Notes. Community Organization. The Finch Society of Australia Inc. (FSA) is one of the key Finch Clubs in Australia and has been established for over 50 years. The Field Naturalists Club of Victoria (FNCV)