Bar-tailed godwits taking off from Oyster Point

Bar-tailed godwits taking off

Find out about the amazing birds of southern Queensland at a free workshop in Cleveland.

Beginners, families and kids are all welcome!

DATE: Friday 19 February
TIME: 9:30 AM to 4:00 PM
PLACE: Lions Hall, 122 Shore Street North, Cleveland

Workshop details

Caspian tern at Toondah Harbour

Caspian tern at Toondah Harbour

This workshop is hosted by Birdlife Southern Queensland.

It’s part of Birdlife Australia’s Important Bird and Biodiversity Area (IBA) program.

People attending the workshop will:

  • Learn about the amazing feats of migratory shorebirds
  • Spot and identify shorebirds during a field trip to nearby Toondah Harbour
  • Find out about conservation of woodland birds
  • Enjoy a BBQ lunch/sausage sizzle (if you are busy working just join us for this Meet and Greet at 12:30)
  • Get a gift bird book if you sign up for membership of Birdlife Australia on the day

Speakers at the workshop include:

  • Mick Roderick (Woodland Birds Project Coordinator)
  • Dr Golo Maurer (IBA Project Manager)

More information is available in this flyer

Are you coming?

Bring binoculars (if you have them), a water bottle and sun-smart gear (hat, sunscreen etc).

RSVP: by 17 February to Golo Maurer

  • Email: Golo.Maurer@birdlife.org.au
  • Phone: 0467 444 114
Date: February 19, 2016
Time: 9:30 a.m.
Event: Amazing birds of southern Queensland
Topic: Amazing birds of southern Queensland
Sponsor: Birdlife Southern Queensland
Venue: Lions Hall
Public: Public

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