Birdata App – Bird Surveys Instructional Video

Did you know birds are a key indicator for biodiversity health in the landscape? How healthy is your patch?

Start recording your sightings now and find out.

Contribute sightings of woodland birds on your project site or property by recording direct to the Birdata app.

Through Hunter Local Land Services Woodland Birds and Key Habitats of the Hunter programs, we encourage community members, Landcare groups and project participants to our projects to actively learn more about woodland birds and actively report them to the Birdata app.

We encourage use of the app, not only as a citizen science tool, but also to manage and monitor changes to woodland bird sightings over time.

You can download the app to your PC, or mobile device (phone/tablet)

Birdata (developed by BirdLife Australia) was formerly the online tool for entering data into the Atlas of Australian Birds. With the redesign, Birdata expands to take in data from the Atlas project and also from various dedicated monitoring projects including Local Land Services Regent Honeyeater and Swift Parrot survey and woodland bird programs.

Birdata is the most convenient and efficient method of contributing to these programs.

This video is also supported by the Birdata App Tutorial.

This project is supported by Hunter Local Land Services through funding from the Australian Government's National Landcare program.

Thanks to Mick Roderick, NSW Woodland Bird Program Manager, BirdLife Australia.