Coorong National Park South Australia
Down to the Coorong National Park this time after a few waterbirds, was a beautiful day and there was quiet a few birds around too.
The Coorong National Park is a spectacular saline lagoon stretching 140km. It is separated from the Southern Ocean by sand dunes and windswept beaches of the Younghusband Peninsula, and is internationally significant under the Ramsar agreement as a migratory wader and waterfowl refuge.
The Coorong is ideal for birdwatching and photography with its distinctive landscape in an important breeding area for the Australian pelican and is a refuge for ducks, swans, cormorants, terns, grebes and around 230 migratory birds that travel annually from Siberia, Alaska, Japan and China.
A fabulous place that I visit as often as I can, one of my favorite places to go and spend some time exploring, always something to see and capture
More images to come....