Wings On King
Birds of King Island
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UPDATE TO AUTUMN SURVEY PLAN in response to CORVID-19
March 20, 2020
AUTUMN 2020 WINGS ON KING BIRD SURVEYS 23-26th April, 2020 COME ALONG: Its Fun, its Free and its Important...
March 5, 2020
In response to the fires, BirdLife Australia is calling us all to help - and King Island is an important stopping place...
January 25, 2020
Two legends of the birding world - Mark Holdsworth and Fred van Gessel - interview with KI Radio
November 18, 2019
...and now there are more!
Don't miss it! Wings on King 2019 Spring survey weekend - a rare opportunity to learn, see, explore, contribute - and have fun...
October 17, 2019
JOIN US: Wings on King 2019 Spring Surveys
September 18, 2019
It is International threatened species day TODAY - and WE ALL need to care about it!
September 7, 2019
We MUST ACT NOW to prevent the King Island Scrubtit and Thornbill from going extinct...
June 25, 2019
What next for King Island's critically endangered birds?
May 29, 2019
Wings on King Spring Bird Surveys 25-28th October, 2018
September 10, 2018
"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:
Thursday 7th at 4pm: Birding for Beginners Workshop - Cultural Centre, Currie
Thursday 7th at 5.30-7 pm Welcome and Team sign-up - Cultural Centre, Currie
Friday 8th and Saturday 9th: Survey work across the island
Saturday 9th Dinner and speaker – details to be confirmed
Sunday 10th Field Trip: The elusive KI Brown Thornbill and KI Scrubtit – led by Mark Holdsworth. Details available on Thursday evening Welcome
Registrations are now open and close Thursday 31st October.
Visiting King Island – make your bookings ASAP
Flights, accommodation and car hire are limited and in high demand.
More about Flights and other visitor information:
Find out more about the project:
Come and join us. You will be warmly welcomed…
Photo: King Island Tasmanian Thornbill - one of King Island's 9 subspecies. Taken x Mark Binns