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The Brolga Recovery Group is a community organisation dedicated to conserving Brolga in southwest Victoria and promoting best practice in Brolga habitat management. The group is comprised of farmers, bird enthusiasts and conservationists. We hold workshops and field trips and encourage those who observe Brolgas to record and submit their observations. The more we can learn about Brolgas and the places they inhabit in our region, the greater the chance we have to protect these beautiful birds for the future.
The Brolga Recovery Group formed in March 2010, and is supported by Birdlife Australia, Glenelg Hopkins and Corangamite Catchment Management Authorities. It also has connections with people from universities, Field Naturalists clubs, Parks Victoria and Department of Environment, Land, Water and Planning.
The group welcomes new members who are interested in Brolga conservation. See our Contact Us page for details on membership. (sourced from 2018 Wayback Machine website 30/08/2021)