15th October, 2-4pm at the Ulladulla Civic Centre
This presentation by Dr Holly Parsons from BirdLife Australia is aimed at "aspiring" birdwatchers, but even the more experienced will learn something new. Afterwards you will be invited to do your first Aussie Backyard Bird Count. Admission is free, but you must register here.
19th October, 3-6pm at the Jervis Bay Maritime Museum in Huskisson.
BirdLife Shoalhaven will run guided bird walks to improve the bird identification skills
of our "emerging" birdwatchers. It is essential that you bring a pair of binoculars
with you! The bird walks are free, but you must register
TICKETS ARE SOLD OUT FOR THIS EVENT, BUT CLICK ON BOOK NOW (below), then on GET TICKETS AND PUT YOUR NAME ON THE WAITLIST
Saturday 22 nd October, 11am–5pm
(register from 10.30am) at the Shoalhaven Heads Bowling Club
This will be an ideal opportunity to hear leading ornithologists and researchers speak about their work in bird conservation and the ecology of some of our bird species. The keynote speaker will be Dr David Lindenmayer - Professor of Ecology and Conservation Biology at The Australian National University’s Fenner School of Environment and Society. A list of the other speakers is provided on our web-site. Tickets are $70 each and can be purchased at https://events.humanitix.com/2022- bird-haven-festival-conference