The Darebin Parklands are home to a diverse range of birds that make use of many avian habitats including Grasslands, Wetlands and Grassy Woodlands. These habitats support a variety of bird species. Revegetation works throughout the Catchment have improved the vegetation structure of a previously degraded landscape transforming it into suitable bird habitat. A visit to the Darebin Creek will enable you to observe some of the many birds that have made it their home.
You may see a brochure of the various bird types found in the Parklands by clicking the highlighted link.
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|Clockwise from upper left: Rainbow Lorikeets; Butcherbird; Sulphur-Crested Cockatoo;|
Purple Swamphen; Pacific Black Duck; Crested Pigeon; Bronzewing Pigeon; Willy Wagtail.
|Clockwise from lower left: Coot (white beak); Swamphen (red beak); Pacific Black Duck; Purple Swamphen.|