right here The NSW Wader Study Group was formed in 1990 to promote the study and conservation of Waders (Shorebirds) in NSW.
The Queensland Wader Study Group (QWSG) was established in 1992 as a special interest group within Birds Queensland, to monitor wader populations in Queensland and to work towards their conservation.
The aim of our website is to share information about waders and QWSG’s activities with everyone interested in these special birds and to encourage participation in the conservation effort. Please see the “What’s New” page for details of Wader ID days in 2011 and all our other activities.
The Victorian Wader Study Group (VWSG) was formally constituted in 1978, however fieldwork actually began in 1975. The VWSG’s primary objective is to conduct a long-term comprehensive study of waders and terns throughout Victoria. The VWSG is a non-profit organisation and is made up of around 140 volunteers.
http://alpineguide.cz/cs--vedeni-tur-a-vystupu-skalni-a-horske-vystupy-mont-blanc-4807 Results from the VWSG activities are reported annually in their Bulletin
Get the latest news from the AWSG and across the East Asian-Australasian Flyway. More ..
We produce two publications; our official journal, The Stilt and our Newsletter, The Tattler. More ..
The AWSG has affiliated groups in every state of Australian and New Zealand. More ..
BirdLife Australia is proud to be the nation's largest bird conservation organisation. As an independent, not-for-profit organisation, our aim is clear: to create a bright future for Australia's birds. More ..
BirdLife Australia is an organisation that has a clear commitment to action and results. We’re proud of our achievements, but we know there is always more to be done. But we can’t do it alone - we want you to get involved. More ..
To ensure the future of waders and their habitats in Australia through research and conservation programs and to encourage and assist similar programs in the rest of the East Asian-Australasian Flyway and network of shorebird sites.