THE Panyyabyr Landcare Group hosted a woodland bird identification workshop..
Held in partnership with Birdlife Australia and the Glenelg Hopkins CMA, the workshop, held last week, was used to teach farmers about bird identification, monitoring techniques and survey methods.
Funded by the Federal Government as part of the CMA’s Threatened Species and Communities Project, the four year project will aim to encourage woodland birds back onto revegetated properties.
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