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October 30th, 2019

RICHMOND WOODLAND BIODIVERSITY FORUM

 

FInd the Richmond Woodlands Forum draft program here.

and download a printable version of the poster above here: Poster-FB

September 1st, 2019

The announcement of winners in the annual Photo Competition has loomed and gone

Winners were announced and prizes awarded on Tuesday 5 Nov 7:30 pm at the Mitchell Theatre in the Sydney Mechanics School of Arts, Level 1, 280Pitt St Sydney.

Congratulations to all who entered and to the photographers who submitted these top ten images:

Some information on each photo is available if you click on ‘i’ once the photo is selected and displayed.

 

 

August 25th, 2019

What birds are these?

Find out more?

Or that one?

Photo by Colette Livermore

August 3rd, 2019

The October 2019 newsletter and September Birding Bulletin #148 are now online

November 29th, 2018

Birding NSW Office of Conservation writes against the raising of the wall of Warragamba dam

Full details here or on the Conservation letters page.

November 7th, 2018

2018 Photo Competition awards

Wow!

Those of you, who were at the meeting this week were afforded a real treat.  96 truly wonderful photographs of Australian birds.  If you were not there then you can console yourself with a view of the eleven best pictures knowing that the judges had a really tough time making this selection from such a wonderful batch of entries.

Congratulations to the prizewinners and indeed to all who submitted entries.

 

Overall winner:  Maria Mazo with a photograph of Crested Terns in flight

Runner up: Michael Hanvey with a photograph of a Great Crested Grebe and chick

Best Single bird Prize went to Anne Brophy for a photograph of an Eastern Ground Parrot (also ranked third)

4th place Machael Hanvey’s White-winged Black Tern in flight

5th Place Michael Hanvey’s Gang-Gang Cockatoo (f)

6th place Michael Hanvey’s Victoria’s Riflebird

7th place and the prize for best In-Flight photo Roksana Boreli’s Shy Albatross 

8th place Maria Mazo’s Crested Tern

9th place Richard Murray’s Australian Raven

10th place Maria Mazo’s Australian Kestrel 

Best photo of a group of birds prize went to Geoff Ball for Wandering Whistling-ducks

 

Treat yourself to this short view:

 

and download an application form for this year’s competition here: Birding-Photo-Comp-2019