Birdwatch at Warrumbungle National Park

Help us survey birds at Warrumbungle National Park to see how the park is recovering after the 2013 fires.

If you’d like to try bird spotting or are already a keen birder, you can take part in a birdwatching survey at Warrumbungle National Park.

The citizen science bird survey will help us understand how the park is recovering from the devastating fires of 2013.

Expect to see at least 600 birds of around 70 species during the ‘Back to ‘bungles bird week’ survey.

This birdwatching citizen science project is part of a larger research program at Warrumbungle National Park to monitor how plants, animals and soils are recovering from the fires.

How do I find out more?

For more information about the citizen science bird surveys, including birdwatching resources and how to sign up, see the Back to ‘bungles bird week website.