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          By joining the biggest community of bird lovers in Australia, you can help us make a positive impact on the future of our native birdlife. The members of BirdLife Australia, along with our supporters and partners, have been powerful advocates for native birds and the conservation of their habitats since 1901.

          We are also the meeting ground for everyone with an interest in birds from the curious backyard observer to the dedicated research scientist. It doesn’t matter what your interest in birds is or how much you know about them, your membership will offer you the opportunity to increase your awareness and enjoyment.

          Birdlife Australia would be delighted to welcome you as a new member and we look forward to sharing our news and achievements with you throughout the coming year.

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          Policies

          Through our conservation policies BirdLife Australia makes credible and objective statements about the key conservation issues facing our birds.

          Most of the issues we engage in are complex, involving people from all walks of life that have priorities which may differ from ours. BirdLife Australia’s policies guide our responses, allowing the organisation to have a consistent approach and enabling us to cut through the complexity to determine what’s best for Australia’s birds.

          You can view and download our policies below. They appear in alphabetical order.

          Fire management at Gluepot Reserve

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          Adverse Changes to Hydrology Policy

          This policy will guide BirdLife Australia’s work on issues relating to changed hydrological conditions and their effect on birds and their habitats.

          Avian Influenza Statement 2006

          Visit the DAFF website for more information on Avian Influenza

          Carbon Offsets (Maximising Biodiversity Conservation Outcomes) Policy

          This policy will equip BirdLife Australia to work on carbon offset issues in a way which improves the conservation outcomes for birds – our core business.

          Climate Change Policy

          This policy enables BirdLife Australia to explore policy solutions for climate change mitigation and adaptation in the interests of birds.

          Connectivity Policy

          Read about why connectivity in ecological systems is crucial for the survival of Australia's birds

          Disturbance to Birds and their Habitats due to Recreational Activities Policy

          This policy will equip BirdLife Australia to address and respond to disturbance to birds arising from recreational activities in a way which increases the conservation outcomes for birds.

          Ethical Birding Guidelines

          Read the guidelines to understand potential negative impacts that recreational birdwatching and photography may have on birds

          Fire Management and Biodiversity Policy

          Outlines scientific issues of interest to BirdLife Australia in relation to the management of fire in Australia

          Inappropriate Grazing by Domestic Livestock Policy

          This policy will equip BirdLife Australia to work with landholders, scientists and the community to address the impacts of inappropriate grazing by domestic livestock on birds and their habitats.

          Invasive Species Policy

          This policy will equip BirdLife Australia to work on invasive species issues in a way that increases the conservation outcomes for birds. It should be read in conjunction with other relevant BirdLife Australia policies including our Pest Bird Management Policy.

          Native Vegetation Conservation Policy

          Guides BirdLife Australia’s responses to native vegetation issues, aiming to reverse the decline in the extent and condition of native vegetation

          Offsets (Biodiversity & Native Vegetation) Policy

          Informs BirdLife Australia’s responses to offset issues and proposals, and will guide our submissions and advocacy on the offset policies of government and other stakeholders

          Pest Bird Management Policy

          Outlines scientific issues of interest to BirdLife Australia on the management of pest bird species in Australia

          Pest Bird Case Study

          View our case study and position statement on dealing with invasive species such as the Common Myna

          Recreational Waterfowl Hunting Policy

          Read our position on the impact of recreational waterfowl hunting on populations of game and protected waterfowl and their habitats

          Wind Farms and Birds Policy

          Read our policy on wind farms and birds

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