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2024 BirdLife Australia Photography Awards open now

  • Birdlife Australia

  • Friday, 24 May 2024

Calling all photographers! The BirdLife Australia Photography Awards are back in 2024 – and entries are now open!

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2024 Indigenous Grant for Bird Research and Conservation

  • Birdlife Australia
  • Wednesday, 10 July 2024
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And the winner is... the Dhimurru Aboriginal Rangers
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July bird of the month: Shy Albatross

  • Birdlife Australia
  • Sunday, 7 July 2024
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Your July bird of the month is the Shy Albatross! Here are 5 things you may or may not know about Australia's only endemic albatross species.
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BirdLife Australia in the media: June

  • Birdlife Australia
  • Thursday, 4 July 2024
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Find out more about our bird conservation work around the country with our monthly multimedia round-up.
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2024 World Seabird Day

  • Birdlife Australia
  • Wednesday, 3 July 2024
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Today we are celebrating World Seabird Day. Seabirds are one of the world’s most threatened groups of birds, with over half of all species experiencing populati
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Birds to look out for in July

  • Birdlife Australia
  • Wednesday, 3 July 2024
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Find out more about birds to look out for around Australia this month
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Critically Endangered Regent Honeyeater sightings spark hope

  • Birdlife Australia
  • Monday, 1 July 2024
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Our team has found the largest winter flock since 2011.
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Funeral Rites

  • Birdlife Australia
  • Sunday, 30 June 2024
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Once known as the ‘Funeral Cockatoo’, could the Yellow-tailed Black-Cockatoo be heading towards its own funeral?
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Nature Positive Bills update, June 2024

  • Birdlife Australia
  • Friday, 28 June 2024
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The government is ploughing ahead with its underwhelming Nature Positive Bills, indicating it will ignore the amendments moved in the House of Representatives
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30 years of the Capertee Valley Tree-planting project

  • Birdlife Australia
  • Thursday, 20 June 2024
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Since 1994, over 150,000 native trees and shrubs have been planted as part of the Capertee Valley Tree-planting project.