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Published May 20th 2017
Make a Day Out to Spot Different Birds Around Fremantle
Birds! - Those fascinating creatures that inhabit every city and town around the world! There are so many thousands of different species in our own country, and Fremantle, being a coastal town, and between the Swan River and the Indian Ocean, has a good share of different birds.
The City of Fremantle provides a number of excellent bird watching opportunities in some of the most beautiful and picturesque locations of the metropolitan area of Perth. There are a number of places along the coastline where species such as the Crested Tern can easily be seen, while North Mole has one of the best areas to look for the Pelagic Sea Bird species such as the Shearwaters.
There are SO many species of birds that you can see in this area and these include White-browed Scrub wren and White-cheeked honey eater. You could turn this into an interesting family day out as a number of the bird watching location also provide recreational facilities. Start by having a list of all the birds and seeing which ones you and your family can spot!
Or take out a book from the library, or pick up a copy at an Op Shop, so you can also see pictures of the birds you are looking for. This is sure to amuse children and could keep them occupied for many hours whilst out in the fresh air! With just a little imagination, you could turn it into a game for children and adults alike!
Some of the areas where you might find many species of birds include the following:
Sir Frederick Samson Park: Red Wattlebird, Australian Ringneck and Australian Magpie, Weebill, Striated Pardalote and Spotted Pardalote
North Fremantle Reserves: Australasian Darter, Pied, Little Pied, Little Black and Great Cormorants, Crested, Caspian and Fairy Terns, Pied Oystercatcher, Red-capped Plover, Red necked Stint, Common Sandpiper.