The Victorian Wader Study Group (VWSG) began its activities in 1975. The VWSG’s primary objective is to conduct a long-term comprehensive study of waders and terns throughout Victoria. This is achieved primarily through capture and release of birds at key high tide roosts.
The VWSG is a non-profit organisation and is made up of around 140 volunteers.
The IWSG Virtual Conference 2021 will take place between the 8th and 10th of October. The abstract submission deadline is 16th of August: https://www.waderstudygroup.org/conferences/2021-virtual-conference/ The conference programme will feature a workshop on “Water management for wet-meadows under climate change“. The workshop is being organised by Yves Bötsch from the Michael-Otto-Institut im NABU and will take…Continue reading IWSG Virtual Conference 2021, October 8-10
Spot the odd one out! What an amazing image of Great Knots congregating. We are definitely looking forward to the return of all the migratory shorebirds currently in the northern hemisphere! twitter.com/ArcticWCS/stat…
What a great flock of Pied Oystercatchers (and some terns), recently spotted at Stockyard Point (Jam Jerrup). These birds are found in Australia year-round, and are a part of our long term monitoring program. Thanks for the image, Roz Jessop! https://t.co/z08AevMvzD
The South Australian Beach-cast Marine Algae Fishery permit is up for renewals. Please get in contact with Maureen Christie or us if you wish to be involved in the group that formally comment on the matter. More details on our website: vwsg.org.au/news-events/ https://t.co/IT48G9kdow