Bird life in the Northern Territory is abundant and amazing, with more than 280 species to encounter.
At Bamurru Plains Safari Lodge don’t miss the natural spectacle of thousands of Magpie geese, some of the estimated 3.5 million that can be found in the Top End. Also at Bamurru you may find the elusive Great heron on Sandpan Creek, and a walk through the paperbark will present opportunities to see a number of owls including the Barking owl, Mopoke owl, Frogmouth owl also a variety of honeyeaters and numerous species of raptors.
A cruise on the Yellow Water Billabong is vital for the keen birder if only for the sheer variety of bird species on display, including the Kingfisher family, Jacanas and Jabiru storks. The beautiful Brolga can also be seen on a mid-year drive into Arnhem Land. And of course, the Blue-winged kookaburra, Red-tailed black cockatoo, Sulphur-crested cockatoo and many more bird watching treasures.
The expert guides of Lords Safaris will find the best opportunities for you to view these and other species on your Australian bird watching adventure. Pack your best camera and all the lenses and let us show you the incredible bird life in the Northern Territory.