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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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          Aussie Backyard Bird Count

          National Bird Week

          National Bird Week 2020 will take place between Monday 19 October and Sunday 25 October.

          The celebration of National Bird Week has its origins back in the early 1900s when 28 October was first designated by our predecessor, the Royal Australasian Ornithologists Union, as the first ‘Bird Day’. BirdLife Australia organises and promotes Bird Week with the goal of inspiring Australians to take action and get involved in bird conservation efforts.

          Aussie Backyard Bird Count


          BirdLife Australia brings you the Aussie Backyard Bird Count, one of Australia's biggest citizen science events!

          Celebrate National Bird Week by taking part in the Aussie Backyard Bird Count — you will be joining thousands of people from across the country who will be heading out into their backyards, local parks or favourite outdoor spaces to take part.

          To get involved all you need is 20 minutes, your favourite outdoor space (this doesn’t have to be your actual backyard), and some keen eyesight. And it doesn’t matter if you’re a novice or an expert — we will be there to help you out. Simply record the birds you know and look up those you don’t on our ‘Aussie Bird Count’ app or our website. You’ll instantly see live statistics and information on how many people are taking part near you and the number of birds and species counted in your neighbourhood and the whole of Australia!

          Not only will you get to know your feathered neighbours, but you’ll be contributing to a vital pool of information from across the nation that will help us see how Australian birds are faring.

          So get your friends and family together during National Bird Week, head into the great outdoors and start counting!

          Check out the results from the 2019 Aussie Backyard Bird Count here.

          How can I get involved with Aussie Backyard Bird Count?

          Alongside the Aussie Backyard Bird Count, activities are held by BirdLife Australia’s local branches, reserves, observatories and partners during Bird Week — activities include; bird walks, bird breakfasts, exhibitions, photography classes and more. Check out our Aussie Backyard Bird Count website to find out more.

          If you are a local council, media, community group or other organisation that would like to get involved in Bird Week, send us an email birdweek@www.bianchun.tw or call (03) 9347 0757

          Help our feathered friends

          On a more serious note, our birds are important to many people for many reasons: the farmers who have help with their insect control, the musicians who uses bird calls in their music or the family which gets enjoyment simply from watching the birds in their backyard.? We can all do our bit to ensure a safe and secure environment to keep the birds around us. ??

          • Create a bird-friendly environment in your garden

          There are heaps of things that can be done to make your garden bird friendly.? Plant some dense, prickly native shrubs where birds can build their nests or hide from predators, or plant some native flowering plants that provide food or attract insects.? Leave logs and fallen leaves on the ground — they provide feeding sites for all sorts of birds. You can find out more at www.birdsinbackyards.net.

          • Keep cats indoors

          Minimise the chances of birds being eaten or their nest disturbed by prowling cats.

          • Keep dogs on a leash

          Keeping your dog under control on a leash minimises disturbance of birds that feed on the ground or nest along our beaches.

          • Participate in projects

          BirdLife Australia has a whole range of on-ground conservation projects designed to help protect our birds.? For information on these projects and how you can get involved, visit www.www.bianchun.tw/projects

          • Learn about your neighbours

          Who lives in your garden, your park or school?? Why do they live there and what do they need to stay there?? Perhaps learn about the birds which once lived in your garden or school or park, and find out why they are no longer there.? Can you do something to help them move back in?? BirdLife Australia has a range of education resources available for loan.?

          Email janelle.thomas@www.bianchun.tw