When you volunteer with us to monitor birds and their habitats, you’re collecting the data that informs our bird conservation work across the country.
Give back to your community (and your local native birds!) by volunteering at one of our many events and workshops around the country.
Native vegetation is important breeding and feeding habitat for birds. Replanting and restoring native trees and shrubs is one of the best ways you can help bird populations recover.
Our bird conservation work happens in the field and in the office. Help out behind the scenes as an administration volunteer.
Our volunteers come from all backgrounds, ages and experiences – and they all help make a real difference for Australia’s most threatened birds.
“Knowing that even after 19 years every time I monitored Hooded Plovers I learnt something new. And by mentoring new volunteers was able to pass on this knowledge.” – Val Ford – Friends of the Hooded Plover Mornington Peninsula VIC
“You will be part of an amazing organisation with a great group of similar-minded volunteers. It can sometimes be hard work, but where else would you rather be than on our many beautiful beaches helping these remarkable little birds to achieve success.” – Ash and Sue Read – Friends of the Hooded Plover Fleurieu Peninsula SA
“The best part of being a part of the group was that you learn so much about the birds and the environment they need to survive. The workshops are a great way to mix with other people who are interested in birds and the environment.” – Pam Brebner – Friends of the Hooded Plover Far West Victoria VIC
Your donation will help support urgent action to save Australian birds facing extinction.
By inspiring and equipping a constituency of people dedicated to safeguarding the future of birds, we amplify our message.
A gift in your Will protects Australian birds and their habitats for generations to come.
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