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 based in Townsville, Western Queensland, Cairns, Atherton Tableland, Mossman/Daintree and Cape York Peninsula.
A newsletter, Contact Call, is issued four times a year and regular field trips are organized at least once a month in the various regions. We have campouts at least twice a year where the emphasis is on fun as well as worthwhile projects which cater for all levels of expertise from beginner to professional.
If you are concerned about the future of Australia’s wild birds and their habitats then you should join Birds Australia. You can participate in our activities and research projects that have a real impact on the conservation of our birds. Alternatively, you can just enjoy Australia’s best bird magazine Wingspan, in the knowledge that your subscription is hard at work safeguarding our beautiful birds.
Membership details can be obtained from the secretary:
Birds Australia North Queensland Group
PO Box 37
Queensland Wader Study Group
The Queensland Wader Study Group is a special interest group of the Queensland Ornithological Society Inc., with the object to promote and participate in the study and conservation of waders and their habitats and to influence government policy and public opinion for the well-being of waders. Should you wish to read more about QWSG activities and programmes, full details are provided in “Queensland Wader”, which members receive quarterly.
Committee members who can assist you with more information include,
Andrew Geering (Chairperson) Ph: (07) 3896 9353 (wk) email: Andrew.Geering@deedi.qld.gov.au
Peter Rothlisberg (Secretary) 07 3822 3759 email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Sheryl Keates (Treasurer) 08 8941 6262 email: email@example.com
David Edwards (Newsletter Editor) 07 3262 2017 email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Dawn Beck (Count Co-ordinator) Ph: (07) 3378 8598 email: email@example.com
Phil & Linda Cross (Leg Flag Sightings) Ph: (07) 3822 3759 email: firstname.lastname@example.org
All correspondence to :
Dr Andrew Geering
28 Peppertree St
Web site: http://www.waders.org.au
Birdline Central & Southern Queensland
Birdline North Queensland
Birds Australia Capricornia Group
We are a Regional Group of Birds Australia with a geographical area from
Bundaberg to Birdsville in the south and Gumlu to Boulia in the North. Our
operational base is Rockhampton but we travel right across our regional area
to further our knowledge of local birds. This is a huge area rich in
diversity and species.
We are dedicated to the conservation, study and enjoyment of Australian
native birds, migratory birds and their habitats. We are a non-profit
organisation and exist solely by the voluntary efforts of our members.
The members of the committee are shown on the right and you are encouraged
to contact us through our Secretary for any further information. Please
follow the links below for specific information about membership, activities
Please contact the secretary Allan Briggs for further details email:
PO Box 2273 Milton, Qld 4064.
Toowoomba Bird Observers Inc.
Serves birders and visitors to the Darling Downs and south-west. The club was established in 1975 to promote the enjoyment of the region’s bird and to stimulate serious ornithological research throughout the area. The city’s position on the very edge of the Great Dividing Range enables Toowoomba birdwatchers to enjoy birding on both the eastern and western sides of the Great Dividing Range.
Regular club outings on the last weekend of each month take advantage of this location to access both inland and coastal species. Visitors to the area are always welcome to participate in these outings, or to contact club members for assistance at other times of the month.
The club, which is affiliated with the Bird Observers Club of Australia, publishes an interesting and informative monthly Newsletter and participates in numerous local and national projects.
Tweed Bird Observers
Location: Tweed Valley – Byron Bay – Gold Coast region of New South Wales (NSW) and Queensland (QLD).
Introduction, Calendar of Events/Outings, Projects, Tweed Valley Bird List, Northern Rivers Bird List, and more. Printable bird lists and a page detailing local bird watching spots with likely species, available in several formats. Visitors welcome to meetings and outings, just check the site for details.
Birding Southern Queensland
Tom and Marie’s Birding and Wildlife Pages!
From desert to rainforest, mangroves to mulga visit our pages and see why this area has such a wide appeal to birders and naturalists from all over! From this site visit pages on regional and overseas birding, see features on rarities, bird types and even frogs.
Birds Australia Southern Queensland
Cooper Creek Wilderness’ guided Daintree Forest Tours
C4 (Community for Coastal and Cassowary Conservation Inc.)
Mission Beach Cassowaries