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WHO WE ARE

Byron Bird Buddies (BBB) is a volunteer community group, involved with avifauna monitoring, conservation and education in the Northern Rivers of NSW, Australia, since 2004. For more information about BBB, please visit this page

WHAT WE DO

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PROGRAM REMINDER OCTOBER 2017
For full program and more information download the PDF: BBB Program 2017 What to bring? Always wear covered shoes and bring water, hat, sunscreen and insect repellent. Except for presentation days always bring something to eat for morning or afternoon tea and lunch if it’s […]

ART TRAILS CATALOGUE AND DISCOVERY MAP
Local activities for National Bird Week will start on the 22nd at 1 p.m. at Heritage House, Bangalow. So that you will be prepared to enjoy all the festivities surrounding the BBB ‘Birds of the Shire’ Art Trails and Walks over the week, […]

BIRDS OF THE BYRON WETLANDS

Wetlands are natural or constructed areas of land where water covers the soil for all or part of the year. The Byron Wetlands are constructed wetlands and form part of the 100 ha Byron Integrated Management Reserve – an award-winning example of how good resource […]


BIRDS OF BYRON SHIRE: A BIRD WATCHERS GUIDE
Here is the PDF download of Byron Bird Buddies’ new info-brochure, you only need to click on this link: Birds of Byron Shire – a bird watchers guide from Coast to Hinterland […]

SHOREBIRDS OF BYRON SHIRE
Shorebirds in Australia have three basic habitat requirements. They need foraging areas where they can feed to satisfy their daily energy requirements, roosting areas where […]


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Monitoring Program 2017

Monitoring Program 2017

Byron Bird Buddies conducts a number of monthly monitoring and education activities with the aim of improving the conservation and knowledge of birds within our Shire. A calender of events for the next six months can be found at BBB Program July to December 2017

Be aware the program can change, but we endeavour to up-date it monthly. If you wish to attend any of the activities please phone or email the contacts provided. The calender also provides some information on programs for other birdwatching groups in the Northern Rivers.

And here you still can check what we did from January to June: BBB Program 2017

 

What to bring?

Always wear covered shoes and bring water, hat sunscreen and insect repellent. Except for presentation days always bring something to eat for morning and afternoon tea as well as for lunch (if its over the lunch period).

For all BBB & BVBW activities, contact Jan -02 66803279, 0428864378 (mobile), byronbirdbuddy@gmail.com