Eyre Peninsula's Bird Monitoring Program

We have finally moved sites!

Click here to go to the new site

You can no longer add data to this site and will need to enter it into the new site instead.

If you have not already done so, you will need to create a user account on the Atlas of Living Australia.

Note, this is separate to your current registration on the BDRS.

You can use the same username and password as you have for this site but you still need to physically register as your login doesn't automatically transfer across.

Further information for volunteers on BioCollect and how to enter data will be emailed separately.

Eyre Peninsula NRM bird image

Welcome

Welcome to the home of Eyre Peninsula's bird monitoring program.

By contributing your sightings, you will be joining Eyre Peninsula's ever-growing team of Citizen Scientists! The information you provide here helps build a more comprehensive understanding of the amazing ecosystems of Eyre Peninsula. By contributing your sightings, you will be joining Eyre Peninsula's ever-growing team of Citizen Scientists!

We are hoping to expand our citizen science projects to include other taxa important to our region in the near future.

For more information on the Eyre Peninsula please visit the Eyre Peninsula Natural Resources Management web site.

Register

Record your sightings

Click on Add Data to record a sighting.

Note that you have to be registered and logged in to be able to submit records. The registration process is simple, so have a go.

View sightings

Click on View Data to browse through the records that you and others have already submitted.

Visit a survey site

Click on Survey Sites to view a map of all survey sites for Eyre Peninsula.


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Latest Statistics

Number of users 216
Total number of records 13296

The last sighting was a Common Starling, Sturnus (Sturnus) vulgaris


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