Australia's Birdwatching Megaspots

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Australia has almost 340 endemic bird species, and more than 730 endemic subspecies. This richly illustrated book guides birdwatchers to the country’s most species-rich areas, the 55 ‘megaspots’ – places where key endemics can be found. It is designed as both a reference and information guide to help plan a successful birding trip to sites where multiple species can be viewed.

Detailed descriptions of each site cover

  • how to get to the site
  • any fees payable or permits required
  • facilities and nearby services
  • GPS coordinates
  • an overview of the site
  • birding tracks and trails
  • key species
  • two important species per site
  • the available accommodation

“Australians have a strong affinity with their unique environment and wildlife. I hope this book inspires you to observe Australian birds in their natural habitats and to preserve the areas where they live. Their protection is in our hands and I commend the authors of Australia’s Birdwatching Megaspots for their commitment to conservation.”

Dermot O’Gorman
CEO, WWF-Australia

“A terrific resource to enjoy Australia’s amazing native birds and the best birding megaspots. Spying on birds is also a great way to help BirdLife protect them – enter your sightings in our birdata app.”

Paul Sullivan
CEO, BirdLife Australia

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