Wolli Creek Preservation Society

The Wolli Creek Preservation Society is a wholly voluntary group and relies on the donations and annual fees of its members. Many dedicated people give generously of their time to help look after the Wolli Creek Valley.

You can read all about us on our home web site - Wolli Creek Preservation Society


Please direct all enquiries to:

e: WolliCreekBirdos

About this Site

This is a new web site being developed for the Wolli Creek Preservation Society Bird Survey project in collaboration with the Atlas of Living Australia

The site will host the database containing all of the field projects we are working on, the survey summary data for the WCP area, the surveys we are planning and doing and species profiles and new sighting information.

Latest Statistics

Number of users 14
Total number of records 4684
Number of species recorded 106

The last sighting was a Eastern Koel, Eudynamys orientalis in the group Cuckoos.