The Vulnerable South-eastern Glossy Black-Cockatoo and the Endangered Carnaby’s Black-Cockatoo are already struggling. Now they face another potentially catastrophic summer. You can help save their homes – and their species – before it’s too late.
By telling us about the birds you’ve seen within a 20-minute period, you will help BirdLife Australia develop an understanding of local birds while getting to know the wildlife on your doorstep.
Who will take out the prestigious honour of being crowned Bird of the Year? With victories to the Australian Magpie, Black-throated Finch, Superb Fairy-wren and Swift Parrot in previous polls, the field is wide open.
Take action to ensure a better, safer and more sustainable future for South Australia's beaches and their wildlife.
Swift Parrots are one of the only parrots in the world that migrates every year, making the long journey from Tasmania to mainland Australia in search of flowering gum trees. Yet, bushfires and continued native forest logging threaten this incredible bird's existence.
Our national laws are not doing enough to halt the extinction crisis. To make a difference, we need our representatives to deliver strong nature laws.
To protect the critically endangered Eastern Curlew and many other threatened species, it is vital that the Federal Government save Toondah Harbour. The Walker Corporation's proposal will permanently destroy many hectares of irreplaceable migratory shorebird feeding habitat.