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!
Subscribe to the Wing Threads email list to receive updates, Meet The Shorebirds cartoons & follow satellite-tagged shorebirds on migration.
The Oriental Pratincoles are surprising us again with 3 of the 4 birds appearing to be breeding for a second time!
Two birds remain on their chosen breeding sites, while the other two may have completed the breeding for the season and have begun moving south.
Massive progress north by both of our satellite-tagged Whimbrels this week with LA even reaching Russia!
Wing Threads needs your help to take-off!