We’re looking for experienced birdwatchers to conduct surveys on private properties in rural regions across southern Australia as part of our Birds on Farms program. We’re also looking for landowners who are interested in allowing us to conduct surveys on their properties. Landholders who are experienced birdwatchers can also undertake surveys on their own properties.
This is an exciting opportunity for skilled birdwatchers to contribute to bird conservation in rural areas by allowing landowners to gain an insight into effectively managing the birds and their habitats on their properties.
We’ll provide you with survey instructions and other relevant education materials once you’ve registered your interest.
If you’re surveying someone else’s land, we provide you with property and site maps and landholder contact details. You may also have the opportunity to mentor landholders who want to learn more about the birds on their property.
To do this role, you need:
To register your interest as a volunteer or landholder, or to find out more about this opportunity, please fill out the below form.
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Our volunteers come from all backgrounds, ages and experiences – and they all help make a real difference for Australia’s most threatened birds.