Shorebird spotters welcome at the beach

Geoff VivianGeraldton Guardian
Bird watcher Alice Bishop keeps an eye on the wildlife at Point Moore, Geraldton.
Camera IconBird watcher Alice Bishop keeps an eye on the wildlife at Point Moore, Geraldton. Credit: Geoff Vivian/The Geraldton Guardian

Birdlife Australia is encouraging nature lovers to attend a shorebird identification session on a Geraldton beach this month.

Birdlife Australia Mid West secretary Alice Bishop said it was an opportunity to see birds that had hatched in the Arctic Circle.

“There’s a number of shorebirds currently at the beach fattening up for their migration to the northern hemisphere,” she said.

Excursions are planned for Separation Point and the Greenough River mouth.

More information is available from Birdlife Australia on 0459 196 782.

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