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NatureTrackers’ first long-term project - Where? Where? Wedgie! - is to monitor Tasmania’s diurnal birds of prey. The focus is on our endangered wedge-tailed eagles, but we also cover white cockatoos and corellas.
Could there be fewer than 1000 Tasmanian wedge-tailed eagles in the world? Help find out.
You're invited to join NatureTrackers in monitoring our wedgies, to update the estimates from many years ago. There have been lots of efforts to reduce the impact of human activities on these birds, but we don’t know if they’re working. Are numbers now increasing - or continuing the suspected decline?
Spend a day out in May with your eyes to the sky! We'll explain what you need to do to get involved, including how to book your survey. We provide resources for you to gain or build on your bird identification skills.
Where? Where? Wedgie! also involves a substantial schools component, through Expedition Class: Where Where Wedgie? Students learn about eagles and other birds of prey, and about monitoring threatened species.
You can get involved by signing up here!