All these links worked as at 29-12-2011. No responsibility is taken for those that drop off the perch after that date.
AUSTRALIAN BIRD SITES
The Western Banders Association (Western Australia) http://www.westernbanders.org/
Birds Australia http://www.birdsaustralia.com.au
Australian Wader Studies Group
Birds of the ANU (Australian National University)
Birds Queensland (was Qld Ornithological Association)
BOCA - Bayside branch (BayBoca)
BOCA - Echuca and District Branch
Canberra Birds (The Canberra Ornitholigists Group)
Cumberland Bird Observers Club - (Bird Watching in Sydney)
Hunter Bird Observers Club
NSW Bird Atlassers Inc - mapping and monitoring bird habitats and distribution
Southern Ocean Seabird Study Association
Victorian Ornithological Research Group
Use links to access:
The Penguin Study Group
Short-tailed Shearwater Banding
Flame Robin Banding
Birds of Box Hill Survey
Little Raven & Forest Raven Study
Handedness of Parrots
Flight Speeds of Bird
Victorian Wader Studies Group
http://www.environment.gov.au Environment Australia
http://www.environment.gov.au/biodiversity/science/abbbs/index.html Australian Bird and Bat Banding Schemes (ABBBS) has some back copies of "Flightlines".
Eremaea Pty Ltd is a private, independent company based in Melbourne, Australia. The directors, Margaret Alcorn and Richard Alcorn, are keen bird watchers. Their goal is to contribute to global wildlife conservation by providing a web-based service to observers enabling them to store and share bird survey data. The site is entirely self-funded by user subscription.The URL is <http://www.eremaea.com/>
NEW ZEALAND BIRD SITES
The Ornithological Society of New Zealand (OSNZ) is now on-line at: http://www.osnz.org.nz
OTHER BIRD SITES AROUND THE WORLD
www.surfbirds.com A friendly link into UK birding, and a host of further links.
http://www.surfbirder.com - A searchable data-base of sites.
http://www.raptors-international.de Raptors International
http://www.merseysiderg.org.uk Merseyside Ringing Group
http://www.bsc-eoc.org/links/ Bird Links to the World. This is an extremely comprehensive site that provides Bird Links to the World. It has links to hundreds of sites, arranged by geographical area, as well as by topic.
www.birdresearch.dk Danish site - The House of Birds. English version, as well as Danish and German.
www.fatbirder.com has a wealth of info.
Bird paintings: www.heidiwillis.com.au
http://www.aultimaarcadenoe.com- A general bio-conservation site in Brazil with a sub-section on birds
www.ozgreen.org.au Ozgreen is a local organisation with an interest in clean waterways in particular. Cleaning up wetlands and re-establishing their waterflows is great for the birds. Also good for ideas on how a local org can have an international reach.