Want to learn more about birds?
Immerse yourself in an intensive one-week course in the glorious WA outback. In a friendly atmosphere, join us to learn practical techniques to identify bush birds and find out how to contribute valuable scientific data.
Best of all, the courses are free. You will be able to wake up to the dawn chorus of aridzone birds, staying on properties in and around the Gunduwa area, where the Midwest, Wheatbelt and Goldfields meet. This is a great opportunity to visit some add to your practical skillset and contribute to vital research at the same time.
Course facilitated by Tegan Douglas, BirdLife WA
7th – 11th August: Charles Darwin Reserve
4th – 8th September: Ninghan Station
23rd – 27th October: Thundelarra Station
Places are limited, so to register or for more information email [email protected] or call (08) 9383 7749.
This project is supported by funding from the Gunduwa Regional Conservation Association, supported by Mount Gibson Mining Limited and Extension Hill Pty Ltd.