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Threatened Bird Network May 2018 Newsletter

Dear TBN members,

This week is National Volunteer week, an annual celebration that recognizes the work of volunteers accross Australia. We would like to take this opportunity to recognize the incredible work you do, donating your time to worthy bird conservation causes. Since our establishment in 1996, over 11,000 TBN members have contributed tens of thousands of hours in volunteer support to a diverse range of threatened bird projects. Without your dedication none of this would be possible and we would like to sincerely thank every one of you.

May is a busy time for the TBN, check out our newsletter blog to see all of the exciting events we have coming up around the country.

THANK YOU!
Without your hard work, the Threatened Bird Network would not be possible.

Black-Cockatoo Workshops, WA (May 28 & 29)
It is not too late to sign up for a FREE day long workshop about Black-Cockatoo conservation in Perth.

National Malleefowl Newsletter now available
Check out the latest edition of ‘Around the Mounds’.

National Malleefowl Forum, Mildura VIC (August 17 -20)
Registration is now open for the Sixth National Malleefowl Forum.

Screening: The Desperate Plight of the Orange-bellied Parrot, Healesville VIC
See this film on June 1st in Healesville.

Volunteers needed in the American River area- Kangaroo Island
Help protect Glossy Black-Cockatoos on Kangaroo Island.

Sign the petition to protect our threatened birds!
Ask our Party Leaders to Act for Birds by strengthening our environment laws.

Indigenous Grant for Bird Research and Conservation
Applications for the Fifth Indigenous Grant for Bird Research and Conservation are now being accepted.

2018 Australasian Shorebird Conference, Call for Papers and Posters
Submit an abstract or poster for this conference in Hobart, 27-28 October.

Your observational records of Grey Falcons are critical for their conservation
Grey Falcon data are needed.

Swift Parrot and Regent Honeyeater Surveys
It is not too late to participate in the May Swift Parrot and Regent Honeyeater surveys.

Introducing CockyWatch, WA
Learn about this new citizen science initiative for Black-Cockatoos in Australia’s Southwest.

Wings on King Autumn surveys a success!
Read about the Autumn King Island surveys.

Help enter bird records
We are seeking volunteers to help with two data entry projects.

Community Conservation at Adelaide International Bird Sanctuary
Conservation Volunteers Australia are holding events in the Adelaide International Bird Sanctuary.

 

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