Black Throated Finch Recovery Team

Report a Sighting

 
Observing a Black-throated Finch in the wild is now a rare experience. All sightings of the bird are very valuable because they inform researchers about the distribution and health of finch populations. This means that we can target scarce resources more effectively, produce more up-to-date information and better understand the bird.  
 
There are two sub-species of the Black-throated Finch. The northern form (Poephila cincta atropygialis) has a black rump and the southern form (Poephila cincta cincta) has a white rump. The southern sub-species is ENDANGERED under federal legislation. Look carefully for rump colour when observing Black-throated Finches.   
 
Report all of your sightings to contribute to better understanding of this beautiful bird. 
 

About Your Personal Details

 
We collect your personal details for the purpose of verifying sightings. We respect your privacy. Unless you give us your express, written permission, we will not copy, distribute, sell or share your personal information with any third party. 
 

Observer Details

Primary Observer

Observation Details

Finch Details

What was the MAIN finch activity? (Tick as appropriate)

Location (Decimal Latitude and Longitude)

Please enter the GPS co-ordinates in the fields at the bottom of the map.
  • Double-click to select a location.
  • Double-click or drag the marker to adjust the location.
  • Click and drag or click the 'arrow' buttons on the left hand side of the map to move the map around.
  • Click the '+' and '-' buttons on the left hand side of the map to zoom in and out.
  • Click 'Delete Location' and fill in the details below the map if you do not wish to use the map.

Additional Location Details

Weather