Private land conservation – an essential part of Swift Parrot conservation

This week I was super excited to yet find another large flock of Swift Parrots on a private property in the Riverina region of NSW.  All of the largest flocks recorded in the region are now from private property highlighting the incredible importance of supporting landholders to protect and conserve old remnant bushland on their … More Private land conservation – an essential part of Swift Parrot conservation

Breakfast with the birds

I’m really looking forward to celebrating World Environment Day 2018 at our “Breakfast with the birds” event near Temora, NSW on Tuesday 5th June for our NSW Environmental Trust Saving Our Swift Parrots project. This will follow on from the National Swift Parrot and Regent Honeyeater Volunteer surveys coordinated by BirdLife Australia to get volunteers involved searching for … More Breakfast with the birds

Wild magazine – swift parrots & drought

Awesome surprise at breakfast this morning – it was great to find an article about my research on the response of swift parrots to drought conditions when I opened my latest Wild magazine (Australia’s wilderness adventure magazine) today.  I have provided a copy of the research abstract below, but if you would like a copy of the paper feel … More Wild magazine – swift parrots & drought