Tuesday, 6 December 2022
Welcome to our new and improved BirdLife Australia website!
Thanks to our supporters, and to the science which informs our actions, we’ve achieved some incredible outcomes for threatened birds. But now, we’re facing our greatest challenge yet: Australia’s extinction crisis.
Our website is important to sharing our mission, connecting with our supporters, and ultimately halting bird extinctions. We hope you love it as much as we do.
We’re working constantly to bring new content on the website, and we thank you for your patience while we progress through this new phase. We hope you love it as much as we do!
We are undertaking a project to update and renew the bird profile content so that it can be as up-to-date as possible. More and more of these pages will be published in the next few months. For now, you can see the live bird profiles here, and use the filters to sort through and find birds.
Birds in Backyards can be accessed here in the meantime, which has a comprehensive list of bird profiles.
We are adding new content onto the website all the time, likely even while you’re reading this! We’re working hard to bring more pages live. If it’s urgent content, please go to the contact us page and go through the relevant steps.
You can support us in the following ways:
Click here to go to Birdata! You can also a link to Birdata at the bottom of each page of the website, in the footer, linked under “Submit your Birdata”
Thank you for your patience while we transition – we know the BirdLife Australia website serves a lot of purposes for a broad range of people.
We are working on bringing new content to the website constantly, and this is the very first step for us reaching the future ecosystem for the BirdLife Australia website. We appreciate your patience as we progress through this new phase.
You can find the EagleCam here!
EagleCAM is a live remote feed operating out of the BirdLife Australia Discovery Centre in the Armory at Sydney Olympic Park. This is a project from BirdLife Southern NSW.
You can request to extract data on Birdata, here. This will come directly from Birdata, Australia’s largest bird monitoring platform, comprising over 22 million individual species records from every state and territory.
We are working to get publications back online as soon as we can. You can also access the following via these links:
Are you ready? We're so excited to announce the WINNERS of the 2022 BirdLife Australia Photography Awards.
Crucial coastal and wetland habitat is being destroyed – and migratory shorebird populations are declining rapidly. Your urgent donation will help give our migratory shorebirds safe homes to rest and feed.
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