Love native Australian birds? Interested in bird conservation projects? On 11 October 2015 you can help us count white birds for a good cause.

Which white birds? These ones…


Sulphur-crested Cockatoo and Australian White Ibis

Sulphur-crested Cockatoo and Australian White Ibis


You’re invited to participate in the annual Sulphur-crested Cockatoo and Australian White Ibis surveys – coordinated by NSW National Parks and Wildlife Service.


Why is this important?

The census aims to better understand how many of these birds there are, where they are breeding and what habitat they are using across Australia. This will help to assess the habitats the bird species prefer and to develop appropriate conservation practices.


More information and register your sightings


If you can take the time to assist, it would be greatly appreciated and will help understanding and research of some of our most important native birds.


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