Curlew Education

Nature Conservation Working Group has produced resources to help students and the community learn more about Bush stone-curlews and their conservation.

Learning about Bush Stone-curlews school resource

Are you a teacher or a student and want to know more about Bush stone-curlew conservation?

The ‘Learning about Bush Stone-curlews’ Schools resource includes a wide range of activities to help students learn about curlews, and the main issues facing their survival in southern Australia.

The resource is aimed at students from Years 3 to 7, but there are activities relevant to a wide range of ages and interests.

View an online interactive version of the resource.

Or download the interactive PDF HERE.

‘Saving the Bush Stone-curlew’ brochure

Nature Conservation Working Group and Murray Local Land Services have developed a brochure about bush stone-curlews, and practical information about how to help conserve curlews on your property.

Contact us if you would like us to email you a copy, or send you a printed version.

Watch a video about the curlew conservation program

Watch a video from 2011 outlining the Nature Conservation Working Group's bush stone-curlew conservation project including the captive breeding and release program.

Watch here.