Albany Western Australia
Albany on the south coast of Western Australia has views of sea-birds, the south-western endemic birds and is a departure point for Southern Ocean pelagic trips. Nearby viewing sites include the Two Peoples Bay Nature Reserve where the Noisy Scrub-bird, believed extinct, was rediscovered in 1961. In the city Lake Seppings and Kaglan River are good locations.
Link to “Birdwatching around Albany”.
Photo: The Red-eared Firetail is confined to this far SW corner of Australia, feeding on seeds in low undergrowth or on ground. Link to “Blog: Lake Seppings” for photo of a juvenile Red-eared Firetail.