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          Member | Join now

          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.

          Our Programs

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          Education

          Our education programs are friendly, hands-on activities where sharing knowledge and experiences is emphasised.

          BirdLife Australia staff and volunteers know and love birds. They have access to training and resources to help them guide your discovery of birds in their natural habitat.

          The BirdLife National Education Committee is made up of people for whom environmental education, particularly about birds, is important. Their collective experience provides insights that assist development of our  programs and education activities.

          Our team of volunteer educators are always looking for new people to help out. By becoming a volunteer educator you can share your knowledge with community groups, beginner birders and schools.

          New Kids Book, January 2015

          Rivertime by Trace Balla

          A tender and beautifully illustrated tale of a boy and his bird-watching uncle, on a paddling trip on Australia's Glenelg River. A story about slowing down, growing up, and connecting with the land and its creatures. Download a playful, free pocket-sized bird-watching guide here.

          Community

          Birds in your backyard

          You can learn more about birds in any space – with or without walls, including your own backyard. Our Birds in Backyards program will teach you how to identify the birds that visit your garden and how to create bird-friendly habitat without leaving your home.?

          BirdLife Australia branches

          If your are ready to venture a little further afield get in touch with your local BirdLife Australia branch, or get active with other local environmental and friends groups. Our branches organise field trips, bird walks, extended camp outs or tag-a-long tours, and hold regular meetings with speakers on a range issues related to birds, birdwatching and conservation.

          BirdLife Australia Photography

          If photography is your passion you can combine it with learning about birds by getting involved with the BirdLife Photography group. Your photographs may help inspire others to learn more about birds.

          White-plumed Honeyeater

          BirdLife Australia branch on a bird walk

          Kids and Birds

          Today’s young birders are tomorrow’s conservationists

          There is a whole new world to explore outside your door. In the park or your backyard among the trees and shrubs birds are looking for food, building a nest or singing with their own bird voice. To help you discover more about this world you can choose one of our colouring sheets below in the downloads section.

          The Wing Thing

          The Wing Thing is our special magazine just for kids. Because education is one of the best tools in our efforts to save native birds, it is important to ensure that young people understand that they can help. To allow kids to step into the shoes of some of Australia's birds, check out The Wing Thing, a kid-friendly magazine and related interactive website to fire their imagination on Hooded Plovers and Swift Parrots and Shorebirds. Download the magazines below.

          School kids actively learning about birds

          Youngster using our popular bird colouring sheets

          Resources

          Beaks, Feet and Feathers

          This education resource was originally developed by Birds Australia. The pilot involved 9 schools that as a result of surveying birds in their school grounds made changes to improve bird habitat. They installed nest boxes, bird baths, planted indigenous plants and changed the school’s waste management practices.

          Use Beaks, Feet and Feathers to help you start monitoring birds in your own school ground. Birds can be excellent indicators of environmental health and learning more about them and their habitat needs provides an exciting introduction to understanding biodiversity.

          Western Port Shorebirds Education Kit

          The purpose of this education kit is to guide teachers and their students through a fun and informative exploration of shorebirds. This kit has been specifically designed for primary schools located in the Western Port area but contains plenty of information about shorebirds and wetlands that can be found in many parts of Australia.

          BirdLife Australia hopes that this kit inspires you to experience the wonders of shorebirds. Studying shorebirds with your class can take you on a journey of discovery to other parts of the world as you follow the travels of migratory shorebirds flying from Alaska and Siberia to Australia and back every year.

          Download these resources below.

          Kids learning how to birdwatch at the Discovery Bird Centre

          Kids learning about birds and their habitats

          Learning Through Involvement

          Work along side our project staff and contribute to important information about Australian birds. Learn more about which birds are doing well and which need our help, and why.

          Training workshops are held for some projects with field identification and surveying being key skills. Find more information about bird conservation and how to participate by exploring Our Projects.

          Your involvement as a volunteer not only provides invaluable support for our? project teams, but also helps to create a bright future Australia's birds.

          Learning about plants at Gluepot Reserve

          Self guided education tour at the Discovery Bird Centre

          Education Hot Spots

          Scattered throughout the country BirdLife Australia has special places where you can become actively involved in learning more about birds.? Our facilities can be found in coastal, desert, woodland and urban locations. Go to the Visit Us section to find out more about our wild places.

          Participate in the education programs at Gluepot Reserve, get involved with mist netting and bird banding at Broome Bird Observatory, visit the White-bellied Sea Eagles at our Sydney Discovery Bird Centre, or go camping in the woodlands at Clarkesdale Bird Sanctuary near Ballarat, Victoria.

          Downloads

          The Wing Thing: Shorebirds

          Learn all about Shorebirds and other woodland birds in this fun kids magazine with competitions to enter and prizes to be won (3MB)

          The Wing Thing: Woodland Birds

          Learn all about Swift Parrots and other woodland birds in this fun kids magazine with competitions to enter and prizes to be won (3MB)

          The Wing Thing: Beach-nesting Birds

          Learn all about Hooded Plovers and other beach-nesting birds in this fun and educational kids magazine (5MB)

          Beaks, Feet and Feathers

          A fantastic resource for teachers

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