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Cape York's Olkola people partner with Bush Heritage Australia to protect their totem, the endangered alwal or golden-shouldered parrot.

Watch the video, or read the article, on the ABC News website.

Birds in Backyards and the Threatened Bird Network are looking for a project officer to run our Powerful Owl project till July 2018. 

 

For details please see the attached position description.

THE story of a pair of white-bellied sea eagles at Sydney Olympic Park could make the script for a modern-day fairytale.

The story starts when the park’s resident male lost his partner at the end of February.

As a threatened species, there were fears he may not find another lifelong friend.

"Every year, millions of shorebirds fly between Australasia and the Arctic. But for many, this will be their last flight."

A tiny bird from the Farne Islands off Northumberland has clocked up the longest migration ever recorded. The Arctic tern’s meandering journey to Antarctica and back saw it clock up 59,650 miles, more than twice the circumference of the planet.

Proposed mines to produce aluminium are putting the habitat of vulnerable Cape York palm cockatoo at risk, sparking calls for stronger environmental laws.

Read more at The Guardian website.

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