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Mallacoota Birding

Mallacoota is a great place for birders…maybe not so great for non-birding wives…there are many good places to explore and look for birds that are not very common in Victoria. The town is close to the NSW border and has a different climate to the rest of Victoria (warmer and more humid). It is a quiet town most of the year but becomes very crowded over the summer period due to being in the middle of a wilderness area and on the coast.

Southern Emu Wren along Shipwreck Creek to Seal Creek trail

Southern Emu Wren along Shipwreck Creek to Seal Creek trail  – 15 Dec, 2014

Silver Gull Bastian Pt Mallacoota Dec 2014

Silver Gull Bastian Pt Mallacoota –  13 Dec, 2014

Juvenile Easter Yellow Robin, Shady Gully Reserve, Mallacoota  - 14 Dec, 2014

Juvenile Eastern Yellow Robin, Shady Gully Reserve, Mallacoota – 14 Dec, 2014

Superb Fairy Wren, Gypsy Point, Victoria -  14 Dec, 2014

Superb Fairy Wren, Gypsy Point, Victoria – 14 Dec, 2014

Black Faced Monarch, Double Creek Nature Trail, Mallacoota, Victoria -  15 Dec, 2014

Black Faced Monarch, Double Creek Nature Trail, Mallacoota, Victoria – 15 Dec, 2014

White Headed Pigeon, Karbeethong, 16 Dec, 2014

White Headed Pigeon, Karbeethong, 16 Dec, 2014

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