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Bird Watching

Moreton Island is a pristine environment with a variety of habitats supporting some interesting and valuable species. It has wetland sites, the salt marsh, tidal flats, sandy beaches and lakes.

Sea Eagle Moreton IslandMoreton Bay and the sand islands provide a vital feeding and resting point for over 50,000 migratory waders making their annual journey from the Arctic and sub Arctic regions between September and April each year. The eastern curlew, the little tern and the grey tailed tattler are among some of the uncommon migratory birds dependent on the Bay environment during their non-breeding season. The Mirapool Lagoon area and the Heath Island area of Moreton Island are considered vital feeding and roosting sites for waders.

Over 180 species of birds have been recorded from the island including seabirds, waders, forest dependent birds and birds of prey. Thirty-one species of migratory birds have been recorded on Moreton Island. The pied oyster catcher and the red-capped plover are two of the more common resident waders of Moreton Island. The osprey which breeds on the island is considered regionally vulnerable in south-east Queensland.

The enjoyment of viewing such beauty is available for all who visit, all that is required is to open your eyes and take it all in. Be sure not to be laughed at by the friendly Kookaburra!Kookaburra Bird Moreton Island Brisbane Queensland

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