2021 Waterbird Survey Map

Date Location Description
Day 11, Swan Hill to Sydney Observers: Richard Kingsford & John Porter Pilot: James Barkell   We got away early in the morning because we knew we had a fairly long survey…
Day 10, Deniliquin to Swan Hill Observers: Richard Kingsford & John Porter   Pilot: James Barkell   We left Deniliquin on the Edward River early in the morning and headed…
Day 9, Sydney to Deniliquin Observers: Richard Kingsford & John Porter Pilot: James Barkell We headed from Sydney to the south. The first waterbodies we surveyed were the…
Day 8, Griffith to Sydney Observers: Richard Kingsford & John Porter Pilot: James Barkell We left Griffith under overcast conditions with showers coming across from the…
Day 7, Broken Hill to Griffith Observers: Richard Kingsford & John Porter Pilot: James Barkell We headed out of Broken Hill in a southeastern direction, back to the Menindee…
Day 6, Sydney to Broken Hill Observers: Richard Kingsford & John Porter Pilot: James Barkell   We headed out from Sydney in inclement weather. There were early signs that…
Day 5, Gwydir wetlands Observers: Richard Kingsford & John Porter Pilot: James Barkell We spent the day surveying the Gwydir wetlands, each surveyed twice. Our…
Day 4, Bourke to Moree Observers: Richard Kingsford & John Porter Pilot: James Barkell We left Bourke early and headed to the northwest to the Paroo River wetlands -…
Day 3, Tibooburra to Bourke Observers: Richard Kingsford & John Porter Pilot: James Barkell We headed south from Tibooburra, down towards Band 5, which runs from south of…
Day 2, Bourke to Tibooburra Observers: Richard Kingsford & John Porter Pilot: James Barkell On an overcast day, we headed north out of Bourke, towards survey band 6 over…
Day 1, Sydney to Bourke Observers: Richard Kingsford & John Porter Pilot: James Barkell This is our 39th aerial survey of waterbirds across eastern Australia and very…
Get ready for the 39th Aerial Survey 2021! As our team gears up for this years Eastern Australian Waterbird Survey project lead Prof. Richard Kingsford leaves us with a departing message -…