Help

Click here for the basics on how to sign up and navigate your way around Birdata or download the complete Atlas Starter Kit.

Watch any or all of our video tutorials to help you get registered and to guide you around the Birdata web portal and mobile app.

Familiarise yourself with survey types and techniques used in Birdata or download the Survey Techniques Guide.

As the holder of a large amount of bird biodiversity data, BirdLife Australia has a responsibility to ensure that the data it collects, especially sensitive data, is managed appropriately. Click here to read more.
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Classifying biodiversity (biological taxonomy) is a complex and much-debated topic, but one essential in our conservation efforts. Recognising the important function of accurate and current bird lists, BirdLife Australia has developed the Working List of Australian Birds (WLAB). 

We are always looking to improve Birdata – how to make it easier for you to record, store and explore our birdlife, and how to best collect the information needed to protect our native birds and their habitats. Read on to learn about our latest updates. 

Answers to all your burning questions about how to use Birdata, its functionality, the app, and more. 

Birdata

The Tony & Lisette
Lewis Foundation
through a WildlifeLink
grant funded the
Birdata app and
the original Birdata

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