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Birds in Backyards is a research, education and conservation program of BirdLife Australia focused on the birds that live where people live. Get involved by becoming a member and taking part in our online surveys. Learn how you can create bird-friendly spaces in your garden and local community. Find out more about Australian birds and their habitats.

Latest updates

Check out the new instructions for our Birds in Backyards surveys. For the web portal and app.

Birds in Backyards is now using the BirdLife Australia login system. Click here to find out more.

The Birds in Backyards surveys are now available on Birdata. Click here to read more about the survey.

What's New

Autumn is a wonderful time of year for birding. It’s a time for new birds and new outdoor experiences. Lots of birds are on the move as it is migration time, so there is always that possibility of a special visitor to your garden. In particular this year as flood waters receed in parts of NSW and Qld, lots of birds will be looking for places to eat.

Are you gaga about Gang-gang Cockatoos? So are we! Join us for the Gang-gang Cockatoo Recovery Project and gain the skills and knowledge to take action to make a real impact on the conservation of this iconic species! Participants will also help us uncover the secrets

A migratory bird never before seen in eastern Australia has been safely released after months of treatment for a pair of fractured wings. A migratory bird never before seen in eastern Australia has been safely released after months of treatment for a pair of fractured wings.

The NSW government's Saving Our Species Program has released Episode 8 of their podcast series: ‘Business of Biodiversity’ – a podcast dedicated to all things conservation and what farmers, businesses and NGOs are doing to protect Australian threatened species.

Story written by Robert Lastdrager

 and   @birdsinbackyards