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Birdlife WA: Walk @ Lake Joondalup Reserve

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  • Lake Joondalup Nature Reserve
    200 Boas Avenue Joondalup, Joondalup WA 6027, Australia

An educational and interactive walk about the latest research projects that cover bird cognition and behaviour and the impact of environmental changes in their habitat.

Yellagonga Regional Park is a nature reserve dominated by a wetland system including Lake Joondalup. The diversity of habitat within the park caters for a variety of waterbirds, bushbirds and other wildlife. Over 87 species of birds have been sighted at Lake Joondalup including varieties of waterfowl, honeyeaters, galahs, raptors and many more including some migratory birds.

On the morning of the walk, you will be provided with a list of birds commonly sighted in this location and asked to see if you can spot them in their native habitat as you are guided on a short walk finishing at 10am.

A follow-up talk will commence at 11 am in Wanneroo Library to provide more detailed information about the birds in Wanneroo and this event can be booked separately through Eventbrite.

Prepare for your walk

  • Meeting place Neil Hawkins Park.
  • Binoculars will be provided (but if you have your own please bring them along).
  • Wear sturdy shoes and come dressed for the weather with a hat, jacket, sunscreen and drinking water.

This walk requires a low level of fitness and is suitable for families. Due to the terrain, this tour is not suitable for wheelchairs or prams.

Location Information

Please meet at the viewing platform at Neil Hawkins Park.