Birds Connect Our World - Bird Watching Competition
We need citizen scientists to monitor our most vulnerable birds after the long drought and wide-spread bushfires. Help us to understand how they are coping, by monitoring the birds at your place during World Migratory Bird Month.
You may even see your very own critically endangered Regent Honeyeater or Swift Parrot!
You can register any time up to 5 June.
You could win one of 28 prizes, total prize value $5000!
Entry is free, and open to landholders in the Hunter LLS region:
1. Register your interest any time before 5 June 2020
2. Complete at least 1 x 20 min bird-watch at your place or property between 9 May and 9 June, and log the birds into the Birdata app.
3. Submit a short Quiz and attach to your Birdata bird list/s.
You will receive a bird-watching kit, and Birdata app instructions on registration. A Quiz and Form to log your bird-watch lists from Birdata will be provided separately towards the end of the competition to submit to us.
Hunter Local Land Services
NRM Senior Land Services Officer
P: 0408 162 174
9 May 2020 4:50 pm - 9 Jun 2020 4:50 pm
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