Woodland Birds Monitoring program

Support and resources are provided for local farmers to protect and extend woodlands on their properties, where it can fit into the wider farming enterprise.

There have also been a number of farmer projects funded to establish strategic wildlife corridors and shelterbelts as well as fencing to allow natural redgum regeneration in the absence of stock.

Birdlife Australia has delivered training workshops in how to identify and monitor the local woodland birds.

Important woodland conservation work continues through the woodland birds project in partnership with Upper Hopkins Land Management Group and the Panyyabyr Landcare Group


David Nichols
Senior Field Officer

Project Partners

Upper Hopkins Land Management Group
Panyyabyr Landcare Group

This project is supported by GHCMA and partners through funding from the Australian Government’s National Landcare Program.