Northern Beaches Sydney - multi habitat day tour

Overview

Nine hours of discovering birds around Sydney's northern beaches. Habitats include Dee Why Lagoon (coastal saltwater lagoon), Long Reef (coastal rock shelf), Warriewood Wetlands (swamp mahogany…

Nine hours of discovering birds around Sydney's northern beaches. Habitats include Dee Why Lagoon (coastal saltwater lagoon), Long Reef (coastal rock shelf), Warriewood Wetlands (swamp mahogany wetland), Irrawong Reserve (sub-tropical rainforest), Chiltern Trail (classic Aussie bush), McCarrs Creek (inland saltwater river) and some local secret spots. A variety of bird species will be seen on this Big Day of birding including: honeyeaters, egrets, fairywrens, wattlebirds, cormorants, waders, egrets, ducks, gerygones, birds of prey, cockatoos, parrots, lorikeets and many more.

This is birding at its best in a variety of habitats all within a short walk/drive of each other.

Expect to see 60-80 different species of birds.
Tour runs from 7am- 4pm

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