Go Birding

An exquisite flash of colour, a beautiful song, a fleeting encounter with a tiny jewel, a momentary escape into nature; just a few of the many things that everyone can enjoy simply by learning to see, and hear, the birds that are all around us.

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“Fledglings” Workshop

A “Fledglings” Workshop will be held at the Charles Hawker Conference Centre prior to the General Meeting. The workshop will be conducted by the Past President of Birds SA, Associate Professor David, University of Adelaide.

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  • Important notice: There will be no access to either Dry Creek or  Price Salt Fields until further notice.

White-browed Babbler

Babblers associate in small groups of 6-13 individuals. Generally, their sentries will find you before you see them and your presence will be announced by their distinctive whistling calls. They are sedentary defending a territory of several hectares year-round. Babblers are ground foragers living largely on insects and other invertebrates found in leaf litter but will take seeds, fruits and eggs or nestlings of small birds. Breeding occurs mainly in late winter and early spring (Jul-Nov). Babblers are co-operative breeders, usually with one brooding pair, and several helpers. Photo above:…

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