february, 2018

21feb9:00 am3:30 pmBirds on farmFree day-long workshop

Event Details

If you are interested to learn about the Birds on Farms Project, as well as other Woodland Birds programs and how to get involved this workshop is just for you.

BirdLife Australia Birds on Farms project  will help you gain the skills in woodland bird identification and how to monitor them. You can then put these skills into action during the afternoon outdoor session at a local reserve or farm.

Morning tea and lunch will be provided. Suggested items to bring are binoculars, suitable footwear for walking, water bottle, sun-smart gear and clothing for inclement weather.

Morning tea and lunch will be provided.

This is a free event and numbers are limited. Please RSVP as soon as possible to Caroline Wilson by 14 February, by either calling 0408 668 070 or email caroline.wilson@birdlife.org.au

This is the agenda for the day

9am                      Arrival, grab a cuppa
9.30-10.30am    Presentations by BirdLife Australia staff on the Birds on Farms project and how volunteers and landowners can get involved
10.30-11.am        Morning tea
11am-12.30pm   Presentation by BirdLife Australia staff on bird identification and monitoring techniques
12.30-1.30pm     Lunch
1.30-3.30pm       Outdoor session of bird watching and practicing survey techniques






(Wednesday) 9:00 am - 3:30 pm


Mirboo N orth Town Hall

cnr. Ridgway and Burchell Lane, Mirboo North

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