Stopovers on the e-Highway

Bird Brain Dance

From Ducks and geese, 2004. Image Anja Hitzenberger.

From Ducks and Geese, Spring 2004

Image Anja Hitzenberger

‘Bird Brain Dance is a multi-year navigational dance project by Jennifer Monson that investigates the migratory patterns and habits of birds and other animals and their biophysical and metaphorical relationships to humans as fellow travellers…’ had some access issues in January 2014; link through

The Flyway Exchange

‘The Flyway Print Exchange is an exchange between…twenty artists, from nine of the twenty-two Flyway countries, [who] will create prints inspired by the idea of the Flyway…’

 The Border Consortium (TBC)

Camp locations on the Thai-Burma border

Camp locations on the Thai-Burma border

Map courtesy TBC website

‘TBC’s Executive Director was among the first people to witness, and respond to, the urgent needs of thousands of refugees from Burma who fled into Thailand in 1984…’

Foreign retirees flock to Asia

‘…many retirees are initially looking for an escape from the dreary, cold winters in the northern hemisphere. Many come for the winter months then go back home, but after a few years they come back for good…’


The Ornitarium in Denmark, Western Australia

The Ornitarium in Denmark, Western Australia

‘…the Ornitarium is an architectural sculpture that is sited at the Wetlands Education Centre just outside of the Shire of Denmark, WA. This project has been inspired by “local knowledge” found in Southwestern Australia – specifically knowledge related to birds that populate the region’s wetlands areas…’

Inside the Ornitarium in Denmark, Western Australia

Inside the Ornitarium

Images m12studio/Richard Sexton

East Asian-Australasian Flyway

‘The East Asian-Australasian Flyway Partnership (EAAFP) aims to protect migratory waterbirds, their habitat and the livelihoods of people dependent upon them.’

Flyways Music

‘Flyways celebrates the great bird migration between Africa and Eurasia along the Great Rift Valley, using music of the cultures over which the birds fly…’

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