BirdLife WA - Walk - Star Swamp, North Beach

  • Date Thursday, 12 September 2024
  • Time 8:00 am
  • Locations Star Swamp, North Beach, Stirling


Half-day excursion

Species that may be found here include Variegated fairy-wren, White-winged fairy-wren, Southern Boobook and Carnaby’s Black-cockatoo. Star Swamp is part of the Northern Swan Coastal Plain Key Biodiversity Area (KBA) for Carnaby’s Black-cockatoo and has Tuart and banksia woodland and heath. A variety of raptors and bushbirds can be seen. Over 70 species of birds have been recorded here.

Bring a chair and morning tea to have while the bird list is compiled.
For BLWA members and their guests.
Members of the public are welcome to join the walk and are advised to bring a pair of binoculars.

Leader: Stella Stewart-Wynne

Getting there

Meet at 8:00 am in the car park at the end of Mary Street, Waterman. To get there, turn off West Coast Highway at Mary Street, and drive to the car park. Alternatively, from Marmion Avenue, turn left into Beach Road, left into Ethel Street, and then left into Mary Street.