Birdscaping specialists?

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Subject: Birdscaping specialists?
From: Janie Reilly <>
Date: Wed, 18 Dec 2019 01:16:00 +0000

Hello COG,


I’m hoping to run a workshop with landholders and landcare volunteers around the ACT and NSW regions that looks at encouraging pollinators and native birds back to farmland and larger sites. It’ll be partly looking at how native birds have shown to -improve- crop yield more than destroy it, producing a mutually beneficial relationship. And then looking at the best ways to achieve connecting landscapes for birds to return.


However, I need two important things: someone with a lot of knowledge in this space to run the workshop, and a larger site that shows good examples of this, like the Amberley farm in Kambah.

Can anyone help with good directions to people/sites/organisations that may be best suited for this kind of workshop? I’m hoping to get some quotes as soon as possible.


Thanks in advance,



Molonglo Conservation Group



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