Lake Argyle is designated as a RAMSAR Wetland. As such it is of international signiﬁcance for an extremely large number and variety of birdlife. Over 240 species of birds have been recorded on or around the lake. At times, individual ﬂocks of certain species can number in the tens of thousands. Lake Argyle has also become known as one of the best locations in Australia to observe certain species that are often very difﬁcult to ﬁnd elsewhere.
Some of these most sought after species that are commonly found include the Yellow Chat, Purple Crowned Fairy Wren and the Long Toed Stint. A number of well known birdwatchers regularly bring their clients to us, knowing that our experience and ability to ﬁnd the sought after species is second to none.
We operate full day birdwatching safaris and have been able to sight up to 113 species in one day, please book in advance to arrange a departure to suit your itinerary.
Call us on 08 91 687 687 for more details.
From: LAKE ARGYLE
Pick up: 5.30am (Pick up from Lake Argyle Cruises ofﬁce)