We successfully kicked off our citizen science bird monitoring project in the corridor last Saturday! We recorded Carnaby's black-cockatoos, a Rainbow bee-eater, Australian Ringnecks and Weebills and even found a Wood duck nest. Now it's your turn to get involved! Read on & watch the videos below to find out how. Birdlife WA's Citizen Science… Continue reading Birdlife Citizen Science Project officially launched
Twitchers and bird novices: help us to survey birds across the wildlife corridor! Dr Tegan Douglas from BirdLife Australia will teach us how to use the free Birdata App in the field. Future surveys can be completed autonomously. Simply select one of the six ‘Wildlife Corridor’ survey plots on the app. When? Saturday 23 October… Continue reading National Bird Week is here. Get involved in our Citizen Science project this Saturday!
Join us for the launch of our citizen science birdwatching project, where we will be monitoring birds across the Rehabilitating Roe 8 corridor! Both bird novices and experienced ‘twitchers’ are encouraged to get involved in observing and recording which birds frequent different sections of the corridor, contributing to our monitoring data. We will have a representative… Continue reading Kick-Off Event- Bird Monitoring Citizen Science Project
Do you like birdwatching? Whether you’re an experienced ‘twitcher’ or simply have a keen interest in our feathered friends, you can help to collect valuable data on birdlife in the corridor. We are planning to run a citizen science project in collaboration with BirdLife Western Australia, where people can record which birds are frequenting the… Continue reading Get involved in citizen science: bird surveying!