RAOURoyal Australasian Ornithologists Union
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F Pollock, an active member of the RAOU and the Royal Zoological Society of New South Wales, launched his first expedition to the Capricorn Group.
The RAOU is now extending this to a study of threatened and declining bird species by bioregion, a process which will be indispensible in determining conservation priorities.
She has taken part in many other surveys including Orange-bellied Parrot Counts (since 1982), Hooded Plover Counts (since 1984), RAOU Wetland Surveys (1987-1992) and Wader Counts (since 1985), as well as wildlife Atlas projects for the RAOU (now Birdlife Australia) and the Department of Sustainability and Environment.