Where? Where? Wedgie!

Eyes to the sky across Tasmania for Where? Where? Wedgie!

Spend a day in the great outdoors working on this great Citizen Science event!

NatureTrackers’ first long-term project – Where? Where? Wedgie! – is to monitor Tasmania’s diurnal birds of prey. The focus is on our endangered wedge-tailed eagles, but we also cover white cockatoos and corellas.

Book in a couple of friends and a little bit of kit, choose when and where, explore the ‘Get Ready!’ resources and make sure you have everything you need.

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Aussie Backyard Bird Count 2020

Celebrate National Bird Week by joining thousands across the country participating in the Aussie Backyard Bird Count!

The next Aussie Backyard Bird Count will be held from 19-25 October 2020.

There are two ways to take part in the Aussie Backyard Bird Count:
1. You can submit your bird count through the online web form (the form will go live mid October)
OR
2. You can submit your counts through the free Aussie Bird Count app. The app is available for iPhones and Andriod smartphones, go to the Google Play or iTunes to download the app for free.
If you have the Aussie Bird Count app from previous years don’t delete it, it should update automatically with the newest version. In between event dates, the app operates as a field-guide/bird finder.

Check out the Aussie Backyard Bird Count website for further details.

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Aussie Backyard Bird Count

Celebrate National Bird Week by joining thousands across the country participating in the Aussie Backyard Bird Count!

The next Aussie Backyard Bird Count will be held from 21-27 October 2019.

There are two ways to take part in the Aussie Backyard Bird Count:
1. You can submit your bird count through the online web form (the form will go live 14 October)
OR
2. You can submit your counts through the free Aussie Bird Count app. The app is available for iPhones and Andriod smartphones, go to the Google Play or iTunes to download the app for free.
If you have the Aussie Bird Count app from previous years don’t delete it, it should update automatically with the newest version. In between event dates, the app operates as a field-guide/bird finder.

Check out the Aussie Backyard Bird Count website for further details.

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