The birdlife along the Rainbow Coast is as diverse as the countryside. There are several species of birds which can be found no where else on earth.
The black swan of western australia makes it's home along the waterways surrounding the Wilson Inlet along with the WA pelican and many other waterfowl.
The blue wren is the symbol of Denmark Shire and their bright blue feathers can be seen from most windows in the region.
Living close to the waterways of the coast, most residents note the daily and yearly patterns of the migrating birds as they come and go with the seasons.
The Wilson Inlet is a haven for many species of waterbirds which migrate from as far as New Zealand to shelter in the waters surrounding Denmark, WA
More information on the south-west coast in our other Western Australian travellers guides:
The Rainbow Coast is a national biosphere area and deserves our care and respect, please try to reduce your environmental impact when visiting the coast. Your safety while visiting the region iis your responsibility, please obey the signs and be careful. THANKS FOR VISITING!
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