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Recording Shorebird Interactions Workshop

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Date(s) - 20/03/2018
9:00 am - 1:00 pm

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Volunteers are needed to record shorebird interactions with recreational activity on the Peel-Harvey Estuary during the 2018/19 summer.

Migratory shorebirds such as the Eastern Curlew travel long-distances from breeding grounds in the northern hemisphere to over-winter in Australia.

The Peel-Harvey estuary provides crucial habitat for shorebirds and it is important that recreational use of the estuary does not disturb their feeding and resting for the long return journey north. This project will help to understand how shorebirds interact with recreational activities on the estuary.

Join BirdLife WA and Peel Harvey Catchment Council for a free workshop on Tuesday March 20th (9.00 am to 1 pm) in Mandurah to learn about the project, skills to identify shorebirds  and how you can contribute.

For more information or to register, please contact Vicki Stokes on 0427857766 or vicki.stokes@birdlife.org.au

 

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