A Conference presented by a mix of amateurs and academics

Subject: A Conference presented by a mix of amateurs and academics
From: Birds Australia Southern Queensland <>
Date: Tue, 09 Mar 2010 07:40:22 +1000
For those intelligent amateur birdwatchers who like to understand birds as well as look at them, Birds Australia Southern Queensland is holding its second Annual Conference on Saturday 27th March at the Griffith University Ecocentre. Academics are welcome too.
Registration form available now from

GPS Workshop facilitated by Greg Leach, South East Queensland Catchments
(Bring your GPS and manual.)
1. Are rainforest restoration plantings useful for birds? by Carla Catterall, Griffith University
2. The status of the Eastern Bristlebird, by Sheena Gillman
3. Monitoring Bush Stone-curlews on Moreton Bay Islands, by Jon Coleman, Queensland Wader Study Group 4. Towards understanding shorebird distribution and threats on ocean-exposed beaches: a case study for Moreton and North Stradbroke Island, by Tara Neilsen, University of the Sunshine Coast. 5. Monitoring and Protection of Seabirds and Shorebirds on South Stradbroke Island, by Jason Searle, Gold Coast City Council 6. Some Birds Australia Southern Qld conservation projects in SE Qld, by Dez Wells, Birds Australia Southern Queensland 7. The future of Brigalow birds, by Martine Maron, University of Queensland. 8. The Glossy Black Conservancy – A unique collaborative approach to species management across human borders, by Adrian Caneris, Glossy Black Conservancy


Grahame Rogers
Secretary, Birds Australia Southern Queensland
PO Box 224, Crows Nest, Qld, 4355


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