Shorebird Forum Wrap

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On September 20 Conservation Volunteers hosted the Moreton Bay Shorebird Forum in Brisbane. The forum was focussed on connecting local stakeholders with each other, and with our federally funded project to aid the recovery of the Far Eastern Curlew population in Moreton Bay and four other sites. Key attendees included Amelia Selles, Principal Project Officer […]

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Moreton Bay Shorebird Forum

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Register now for the Moreton Bay Shorebird Forum. Download the full Forum Invite and Schedule WHEN: Thursday 20 September 2018, 9am – 4pm WHERE:  333 Bennetts Road Norman Park QLD WHO SHOULD ATTEND?  Land and water managers from the local government, community and industry sectors, scientists and community groups involved in shorebird research, monitoring, conservation and management. […]

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Far Eastern Curlew Conservation – Project Update

Comerong Island volunteers

For the past year Conservation Volunteers Australia (CVA) has been leading an innovative project engaging communities along the east coast of Australia in conserving the critically endangered Far Eastern Curlew, the largest shorebird in the world. Titled Community Conservation of Far Eastern Curlew, the project includes habitat restoration, monitoring and education. The project is funded by […]

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Revive Our Wetlands Annual Report

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Conservation Volunteers Australia (CVA) re-launched Revive Our Wetlands (ROW) on World Wetlands Day, 2 February 2017.  In 2017-18, CVA teams engaged the community in 719 project days of community conservation at 55 wetland sites in 36 locations around the country. The Revive Our Wetlands program is making great progress towards our 2020 Targets in the fields of […]

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Cudgen Tilapia Buster 2018

Tilapia Buster

Conservation Volunteers Australia successfully hosted the first ever Cudgen Tilapia Buster Event on Saturday 12th May. The perfect Autumn weather attracted many participants and curious onlookers and a great day was had by all.  Ninety nine people registered and participated on the day resulting in forty six Tilapia caught, totalling 58.51kgs. Prizes up for grabs […]

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