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July 6, 2020

The Wings on King Spring surveys will be held from the 12th-15th November, 2020.  


We are hoping by then we will be able to invite Birders from across Australia to give us a hand but will know that later on.  Watch this space... 

July 6, 2020

Despite the odds, twelve local King Islanders supported by two Artists in Residence who were stranded here due to COVID and happened to also be keen birders, completed all the Wings on King autumn surveys.  We did them over a 5 week period from late April to end of May...

March 5, 2020

This fun weekend will be punctuated by social events starting with the Welcome and Team-Up on Thursday evening.  Just a little wine and that wonderful King Island Cheese will be provided to welcome everyone.  

There is the opening of an important art exhibition on...

January 25, 2020

Millions of birds will have died and are still dying as a result of the catastrophic bush fires across Australia this season.  Some species may even be extinct already. 

Those who have survived will be struggling to find food and shelter with many moving elsew...

November 18, 2019

Reknowned ornithologist and threatened species recovery specialist Mark Holdsworth is a frequent visitor to King Island and together with Matt Webb and the team from ANU has been very active in following the KI Scrubtit and now the rediscovery of the KI Brown Thornbill...

Wow! The search for the KI Brown Thornbill goes on...

The Wings on King Spring survey weekend was another great weekend - despite the weather! Find out more... 

It culminated in a workshop with Mark Holdsworth leading a group of interested King Islanders and visitors fro...

October 17, 2019

Spring is a wonderful time on King Island. Not only are the many migrant birds passing through such as the Flame Robins, Silvereyes and Blue-winged Parrots, but there are an abundance of wildflowers.  Bush blocks in particular are by no means all the same.  While searc...

September 18, 2019

"The spring has sprung,

The grass is ris

Them birds are on the Wing...'

... and its time for the Wings on King Spring Surveys

When: 7-10 November, 2019

It’s not just birds in the spring – it’s the wildflowers too… 

Registrations are now Open:

Weekend Itinerary:

  • Thursday 7t...

September 7, 2019

Why does it matter?  Because the world is losing species to extinction at over 1000 times faster than the natural evolutionary rate - and with each loss a 'hole' occurs in the web of life - the fabric that makes up nature. As with a spiders web, too many holes and the...

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AUTUMN 2020 WINGS ON KING BIRD SURVEYS 23-26th April, 2020 COME ALONG: Its Fun,...

March 5, 2020

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