You can help by reporting:
We can use information:
As much as we would like to be we can't be everywhere! Our Shorebird Coordinators need your eyes and ears to help us know what is going on around the shoreline.
You can report on interesting things you see or hear such as new nest activity, an unusual bird or a sudden change in shorebird activity.
You can also report on threats to shorebirds such as transgressions by persons into nest areas, vandalism of our signs or fences, or even upcoming events such as king tides or an estuary flood.
Other things to report are:
• colour-flagged birds
• deceased birds with tags
• predators in the area
• the need for a new sign or fence
How to report:
Try to get down as many details as you can at the time: time of day; number plates of vehicles, numbers of people involved; boat registration; descriptions - anything you think may be of use!