What is Wing Threads?
A flying adventure to bring hope for migratory shorebirds
Along the way, she’ll visit schools along the coast and introduce students to migratory shorebirds through a creative community project called The Flock Oz for BirdLife Australia.
The Flock Oz is a fun, community project that uses social media to connect communities living in the East Asian-Australasian Flyway through migratory shorebirds and builds support for their protection.
Everyone can get involved by cutting out, painting or hosting a shorebird gathering.
Be part of the adventure!
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Three of the four Oriental Pratincoles are on the move as they continue their southward migration back to Australia.
One of the Oriental Pratincoles, SHE, appears to have completed a second breeding attempt as we continue to track the birds on their southward migration.
This latest report on our satellite-tagged Oriental Pratincoles the movement pattern of one of the birds, SHE, indicates a second-breeding attempt.