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Explore the Mandurah and Peel Region looking for an amazing range of Bird Species with Naturalist Guides and Bird Lovers from Salt and Bush Eco Tours. We can customise a birding experience just for you. If you want certain species, we will try to take you to them, if you want to photograph birds we know great spots and the perfect times. If you want to see birds in large numbers, we can take you there. Land Birds, Sea birds, Shore birds, Migratory birds, Resident Birds… Join Us on a Specialty Bird Tour.

Want to know where to seek out amazing bird watching and photography opportunities. The Peel-Region is a hot spot for Sea, Shore and Land Bird Species. We keep our fingers on the pulse and know where to seek out amazing species of birds. Our speciality bird trips can be land or water based ( from our stable foot peddled kayaks) along the Ramsar protected wetlands of the Peel Harvey Estuary and Yalgorup Lakes. 

If there are specific species you want to find, we will endeavour to help you find them. If you want to see an amazing abundance of birdlife our kayak trips are the ones to do.

Either way the best way to get a great birding experience is to get in touch with us and we can organise a tour suited to you. 

An example Itinerary below for a day of birding (on land and water):

Itineraries

Birders Day Out

Exploring the Peel Region

Early bird gets the worm! We set out bright and early for fantastic light for bird photography.

After heading to a few birding locations for morning light and doing a Bird life Data survey. We have morning tea and then explore a totally different eco system to see a new range of bird species.

Lunch is a great picnic of local foods as we gear up for our afternoon on the water. Our kayaks are perfect for exploring the Ramsar protected wetlands and since the kayaks are foot powered it leads to great photographic opportunities.

With the sun setting we have a sunset drink to celebrate a great day of birdwatching and full SD cards!

Just and Example of a Salt and Bush birding day!