A guide to feeding wild birds in Australia
Dear NRPG members and interested.
For your information – Here’s a Newsletter from Birdlife Australia.
Everything you need to know about feeding wild birds in Australia – and how to avoid harming the same wildlife you want to help.
In Short Don’t!
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|A guide to feeding wild birds in AustraliaEverything you need to know about feeding wild birds in Australia – and how to avoid harming the same wildlife you want to help. READ MORE
|Queensland to ban new oil and gas projects in Lake Eyre Basin We welcome the Queensland Government’s commitment to protect the vital wetlands of the Channel Country. READ MORENo end in sight for Victoria’s duck hunting season BirdLife Australia is deeply disappointed with the Victorian Government’s move to allow recreational native bird hunting to continue in the state in 2024. READ MORE
|HANZAB digitised It’s been years in the making, but our premium bird research publication is now online – and free! READ MORE2023 Great Glossy Count results The results are in for our second Great Glossy Count. READ MORE
|Bird WatcherA new monthly roundup of BirdLife Australia in the media.
February features:Wild success for Regent Honeyeater breeding program Sean Dooley on the Death by Birding podcast Environment Minister’s decision to reject port in wetlands
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|Sharing our shoresAs featured in the Australian Birdife magazineIf you’re heading to the beach, chances are you’ll be sharing the shore with threatened beach-nesting and migratory shorebirds. Here’s how to be a bird-friendly beach-goer this summer (and beyond). READ MORE
|Australasian Darter Introducing 2024’s first bird of the month…the Australasian Darter! Here are 5 things about these weird and wonderful waterbirds. READ MOREBirds to look out for in FebruaryWondering what birds you might see this month? We’ve got you covered! Wherever you are in Australia, find out what species to look out for in February. READ MORE
|It’s time for strong Nature Laws in 2024With 1 in 6 Australian birds at risk of extinction, we need strong nature laws that will protect threatened species and their habitat. Help protect the birds you love by signing and sharing our petition today. READ MORE
|The clock is ticking to save Toondah Harbour Soon, Environment Minister Tanya Plibersek will decide the fate of one of the world’s most important wetlands. Use our handy online tool to ask her to reject Walker’s destructive real estate project and save Toondah Harbour. READ MORE
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