Today’s young birders are tomorrow’s conservationists
There is a whole new world to explore outside your door. In the park or your backyard among the trees and shrubs birds are looking for food, building a nest or singing with their own bird voice. To help you discover more about this world you can choose one of our colouring sheets below in the downloads section.
The Wing Thing
The Wing Thing is our special magazine just for kids. Because education is one of the best tools in our efforts to save native birds, it is important to ensure that young people understand that they can help. To allow kids to step into the shoes of some of Australia's birds, check out The Wing Thing, a kid-friendly magazine and related interactive website to fire their imagination on Hooded Plovers and Swift Parrots and Shorebirds. Download the magazines below.
Are you curious about the birds you have seen in your backyard, at school or on your last holiday?
We are too. Knowing more about where birds are, what they are doing and when they are doing it helps us to understand more about what is happening in our environment.
BirdLife Australia can help you to discover more about the birds you see so that we can find out more about what Australian birds are doing.
Stickybeaks are bird watchers under fourteen who love exploring their environment and discovering more about birds.
Become a Stickybeak member and you will receive:
Stickybeak membership pack with a stack of goodies to get you started including posters, the Wing Thing magazine, stickers and games
4 Newsletters – during the year with updates and tips about discovering birds
Invitations to participate in special events and competitions
Click here to go to the membership page where you can download a joining form.