Birdwatching in North Queensland
Emu’s can often be seen from the rural roadsides. Galah’s and other colourful parrots flock in abundance in the township and blue-face honeyeaters are a common sight. Migratory shorebirds can be found near bodies of water. Wild Budgerigars flock throughout the winter months and you can see many different species of Robin, Cuckoo, Honeyeaters, Curlews, Flycatchers, Woodswallows, Rosellas and many more.
The local birdwatchers love reports, they'd love to know all about your findings. They're always trying to gather more information and collate bird sightings and movements. Visit the Australian birdwatching website and create an account to get in touch with the local Mackay birdwatchers.
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