This role involves spending time on the beach near an active breeding site (mostly when chicks are present) to engage with beach users in an educational capacity.
Because they lay their eggs on the sand, beach-nesting birds are especially vulnerable to threats such as dogs, birds of prey and people.
To volunteer as a Beach-nesting Bird Guardian, you will need the following:
There are around 900 beach-nesting sites across Australia. To find your nearest site, contact us with your location and we will let you know.
Our volunteers come from all backgrounds, ages and experiences – and they all help make a real difference for Australia’s most threatened birds.