Birds Queensland

Yellow-nosed Albatross. Photo: J. Norling

Our aim

The aim of Birds Queensland is to promote the scientific study and conservation of birds by all means possible, with particular reference to the birds of Queensland.

Who are we?

Our members come from many backgrounds and have widely differing levels of knowledge about birds. They share an interest in and enjoyment of birds and birding in a wide variety of activities that are described in detail in the About Birds Queensland section of this website.

If you are new to our website, and you would like to get a quick appreciation of all the many activities that Birds Queensland offers our members, please visit our Site Map and follow the links to explore our organisation, what we do, and the many services that we offer.

Birds Queensland activities
Relaxing with the Gold Coast group after a morning walk at Coombabah

Birds Queensland is the registered trading name of the Queensland Ornithological Society Inc. and our ABN is
43 891 564 740. We are a not-for-profit organisation.

Membership applications are welcome from anyone who is interested in the study and conservation of the birds of Queensland.

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