The Cowra Woodland Birds surveys 9-10 Feb, NSW
The Cowra Woodland Birds Program (CWBP) aims to reverse the decline of woodland birds in the Cowra district of NSW. The Program was launched in 2001 by members of BirdLife Southern NSW, and local landholders and land managers.
The CWBP conducts quarterly bird surveys at 93 sites within the shire. To date the surveys have recorded 225 bird species.
These bird and habitat surveys have helped in understanding which habitat types are critical or preferred by the different species of woodland birds. This information is then provided as general recommendations to local landholders and land managers.
If you would like to take part in the CWBP survey weekend, or to find out more about the project, please visit http://birdlife.org.au/projects/cowra-woodland-birds-program.
Or contact Malcom Fyfe firstname.lastname@example.org, Tel: 02 4471 8757. New participants are always welcome.
Photo: Andrew Silcocks