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NSW Bird Atlassers Inc supports the Royal Flying Doctor Service by being a Member of the Royal Flying Doctor Society and paying annual subscriptions.
www.flyingdoctor.org.au

Links to other Birding Clubs

Australian Bird Study Association Inc – ABSA
www.absa.asn.au

Blue Mountains Bird Observers – BMBO
www.bmbo.org.au

Birding NSW
www.birdingnsw.org.au

Canberra Ornithologists Club – COC
http://canberrabirds.org.au 

Cumberland Bird Observers’ Club – CBOC
www.cboc.org.au

Hastings Birdwatchers
www.hastingsbirdwatchers.org.au

Hunter Bird Observers Club – HBOC
www.hboc.org.au

Illawarra Birders
www.illawarrabirders.org

Illawarra Bird Observers Club
www.iboc.org.au

Southern Oceans Seabird Study Association Inc. – SOSSA
Includes Pelagic Tours

www.sossa-international.org

Other bird related links

HANZAB updates

In 2014 the ABSA was granted permission, by BirdLife Australia, to extract the data and artwork from The Handbook of Australian, New Zealand and Antarctic Birds (HANZAB) to produce a new series of Bird in the Hand field information sheets. These will make available to field workers, and particularly bander trainees, data that are available in HANZAB, to age and sex many Australian bush birds.

New sheets will be added as they are compiled. Existing sheets will be updated from new published information, or from advice provided by users (by Email or through the Forum on this website).
Click here for the link

BirdLife Australia also has also made available indexes for the HANZAB volumes.
The common names index is here
The scientific names index is here

Lloyd Nielsen’s Birding Australia
Author, illustrator and publisher. Many links on this site.
www.birdingaustralia.com.au

Survey

The Australian Bird Feeding & Watering Study
The Australian Bird Feeding and Watering Study is a citizen science initiative being conducted by researchers at Deakin University and Griffith University. Our interests are the interactions people have with birds in their own backyards, as this can have a huge impact on bird diversity and abundance. One of the most common ways people interact with birds is through providing food and water. if you do either please get involved with this very important study

Please go to http://www.feedingbirds.org.au and register if you are interested in helping