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Senator George Brandis' Office have provided us with multiple Australian flags and books as in-kind sponsorship. Senator George Brandis QC is the 36th Attorney-General for Australia. He has held a seat in Queensland since 2000.
Founded : 2016
BRONZE : Senator George Brandis' Office
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Ever been swooped or nearly swooped by a bird? Swooping has been a major problem around Australia. In 2015, there have been over 7 thousand swooping attacks in Australia! We, Félix Hall, Joel Woodfield, Nandish Singh, Milind Bordia and Vaibhav Bhandari, have dedicated months on finding the innovative solution to help you. And after millions of emails travelling to and from a multitude of people in different professions, we published SwoopAlert!
Team Members: Milind Bordia, Félix Hall, Nandish Singh, Joel Woodfield.
App Founded : 2016
FLL Team : BSHS Cerise
Our Mission : To provide everyday people with knowledge on how to stay as safe as possible around swooping birds. This is done to promote positive interactions between humans and animals.
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Contrary to the belief that magpies are the only swooping birds, there are several others we should keep an eye out. Being able to recognise these different types of birds and their cry will enable you to get away from an unmarked swooping zone.
Colour: Black head, black/light grey back and white wings
Voice: Familiar flute-like carolling
Habitat: Widespread locations across Australia, found especially in suburbs and farmlandMagpies are very protective of their young and may swoop on intruders if they feel threatened