Aug 16 2018
As part of the Broome Bird Observatory’s 30thanniversary celebrations, there is a wonderful event coming up that will be unashamedly, all about the southwest Kimberley coastal environment, but not solely about shorebirds.
The majority of speakers will be local but there will also be some excellent visiting presenters as well.
Please come and support the Broome Bird Observatory in their 30th year.
Birdlife Australia Congress
Where The Mangrove Hotel
47 Carnarvon Street, Broome
When September 8, 2018
(08) 9193 5600
Mar 29 2018
Until recently this spectacled wallaby was thought to be extinct in the Kimberley, however in 2015 researchers with the World Wildlife Fund together with Yawuru rangers discovered the rare marsupial again. Hear the remarkable story behind the discovery, about the marsupial’s unique biology and what’s being done to protect it into the future.
Where The Hall, University of Notre Dame, 88 Guy Street, Broome
When Wednesday April 4, 2018 from 6 – 7.00pm
Feb 12 2018
Well here is a great opportunity for you and your family…
Seagrass monitoring in Roebuck Bay March 2, 3 and 4, 2018 – here are the details. Have fun and make a valuable contribution to the management of Roebuck Bay 🙂
Feb 5 2018
Roebuck Bay Working Group’s innovative work to ‘infotain’ the masses has been published in Wetlands Australia 2018 publication. Read the story written by Kandy Curran, the Project Manager for the award winning group.
Feb 19 2015
Roebuck Bay Working Group members organise and participate in a variety of community based research projects in and around Roebuck Bay. These projects provide baseline data to assist in the protection and management of the extraordinary environmental and cultural values of Roebuck Bay. Seagrass, benthos, shorebirds, turtles, dolphins, coastal debris – Broome is special because there are so many opportunities to get involved in science projects that are rewarding, lots of fun, educational and good for Roebuck Bay!
Oct 14 2014
Aussie Backyard Bird Count, it only takes 20 minutes to do something pretty nice (birdwatching) to make a big difference to something pretty awesome (protection and survival of birds). The citizen science project is from October 20 – 26, 2014
Roebuck Bay Working Group is comprised of Traditional Owners and government, local community, conservation groups and business. We work collaboratively to solve issues, raise awareness and encourage research and monitoring which supports responsible management and protection of Roebuck Bay.