Thursday , November 23 2017
Home / Ausbird (page 6)

Ausbird

Ausbird is owned & operated by Sicklebill Safaris, a small family run company based in North Queensland, Australia. Sicklebill Safaris has been operating in the Pacific region for over 20 years. In recent years we have been joined by other excellent guides and offer itineraries to Asia, Africa and the Middle East as well as Australia and the Pacific.

South Australia Bird clubs & Societies

South Australian Ornithological Association Inc. c/- The South Australian Museum, North Tce ADELAIDE 5000 The aims of the Association are to promote the study and conservation of Australian birds, to record results of research into all aspects of bird life and to encourage bird watching as a leisure activity. The …

Read More »

Tasmania Bird clubs & Societies

Birdline Tasmania http://www.eremaea.com/BirdlineRecentSightings.aspx?Birdline=3 Birds Australia / Birds Tasmania c/o Sally Bryant GPO Box 68 HOBART TAS 7001

Read More »

Victoria Bird clubs & Societies

Birdlife Australia http://www.birdlife.org.au Birdlife Australia (also known as Birds Australia/the Royal Australasian Ornithologists Union) is one of this nation’s oldest conservation organisations. BA is dedicated to the understanding, conservation and enjoyment of Australia’s wild, native birds. Our quarterly magazine is ‘Wingspan’. Email: info@birdlife.org.au Birdline Victoria http://www.eremaea.com/BirdlineRecentSightings.aspx?Birdline=1 The Field Naturalists Club …

Read More »

New South Wales Bird Clubs & Societies

Birdline NSW http://www.eremaea.com/BirdlineRecentSightings.aspx?Birdline=2 Canberra Ornithologists Club http://canberrabirds.org.au Canberra Ornithologists Group is committed to meeting the challenge of the study and conservation of native birds. From small beginnings nearly 30 years ago, COG has grown into a large, effective and influential organisation that supports research and puts its case on conservation …

Read More »

North Queensland Bird clubs & Societies

Birdlife Australia, North Queensland Group (BA-NQG) Is a regional group of the national organisation Birds Australia, formally known as the Royal Australasian Ornithologists Union (RAOU). The BA-NQG area covers Queensland north of Giru to the Torres Strait Islands and west to the border with the Northern Territory. Regional representatives are …

Read More »

Daintree Boatman Nature Tours

Daintree Boatman Nature Tours provides two hour dawn and dusk cruises on the Daintree River targeting highly sought-after birds, crocodiles and snakes. Key target birds include Great-billed Heron, Papuan Frogmouth, Little Kingfisher, Black Bittern, Shining Flycatcher and Azure Kingfisher. Cruises are conducted in a small stable open vessel which allows …

Read More »

Australian Ornithological Services Pty Ltd

Australian Ornithological Services P/L has been running birding tours in Victoria nearly three decades. The Victorian mallee in the North West (Hattah Kulkyne NP), the foothills of the Great Dividing Range in the North East (Chiltern, Beechworth, Wangaratta), the wet forests just to the East of Melbourne (the Healesville area) …

Read More »

Australian Ornithological Services Pty Ltd

Australian Ornithological Services P/L has been visiting Tasmania for the best part of a quarter of a century. We tour late January/early February on our annual scheduled Tasmanian bird endemics and mammal tour as well as run private tours to the Apple Isle. We ferry over to Bruny Island for …

Read More »

Australian Ornithological Services Pty Ltd

Australian Ornithological Services has been running tours to South Australia for 30 years. Our Strzelecki Track Outback expedition was our first and remains our most famous tour. Entering SA from Cameron’s Corner, we tackle the sand dunes down the Track, looking for Eyrean and Thick-billed Grasswrens, Grey Falcon and Letter-wing …

Read More »

Australian Ornithological Services Pty Ltd

Australian Ornithological Services Pty Ltd runs a South-West Western Australia tour most years in late spring or early summer. We have an excellent success rate with the notoriously tough endemics in the South West. The region is famous for its flora and cute mammals but equally renown for its great …

Read More »