Long time Birds SA member and a former past president of Birds SA, Dr Andrew Black received the highly esteemed J. N. Hobbs Medal for his many years of scientific research to Australian Amateur Ornithology from the BirdLife Australia’s president John Barkla at the Birds SA ‘Members Night’ General meeting on the 30th November 2018. Over 120 Birds SA members…

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What do you get when you affiliate Australia’s oldest bird conservation organisation with Australia’s second-oldest bird conservation organisation? That’s what Birds SA and BirdLife Australia are about to find out. After working independently to protect Australia’s native birds for well over a century, Birds SA and BirdLife Australia have just signed an agreement that will see both organisations working side…

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Coongie Lakes is a highly valued, internationally recognised RAMSAR site and Important Bird Area. On the 14-15th September a two-day workshop was held to initiate development of a Strategic Adaptive Management Plan for the area. The workshop was coordinated by Richard Kingsford from the University of NSW, a strong advocate for better management of our river systems and waterbird conservation….

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We invite you to celebrate World Migratory Bird Day with us by coming along to the Adelaide International Bird Sanctuary movie night. We will be showing a great short film made locally by BirdLife Australia that will provide insight in to the importance of the Adelaide International Bird Sanctuary from a global perspective. The feature film of the night is…

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Many of you will be familar with TED talks, but did you know that there have been 13 TEDx events in South Australia since 2010? In 2015 TEDx Adelaide was held at the Adelaide Town Hall on the 21st November. The event attracted a huge audience, who came to hear about good ideas for helping address issues effecting our society….

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