Bird Watching in Mogo and District

Hundreds of Bird Species - South Coast NSW Australia

Birdlife - Majestic Sea Eagle

The Eurobodalla Shire on the NSW South Coast has extraordinarily abundant bird life, with literally hundreds of species that have been sighted by keen birdwatchers.

Along the coastline of the Australian East Coast, South of Sydney New South Wales, you can sight many sea birds including flocks of Pelicans and Great Cormorants.

If you to have an unusual bird sighting on your South Coast travels, you can submit your field notes to the Eurobodalla Natural History Society Recorder - Address: PO Box 888 Moruya 2537. (Also see their full list of bird sightings, via the website link below.)

Finding An Accommodation Base to Explore the South Coast NSW Birdlife

Staying overnight in the South Coast Accommodation on site at the Original Gold Rush Colony in Mogo gives the keen birdwatcher an ideal base for a bird watching holiday experience, from the inland species that roost or rest in the Mogo State Forest, through to seabirds and waterfowl at nearby Tomakin, Mossy Point and Broulee Island.

Our accommodation provides a natural bush setting with comfortable self contained cabins and plenty of birdwatching opportunities.

Corey Peterson, a Tour Guide and Outdoors manager at the Gold Rush Colony, has sighted the following birds on the Mogo property (located halfway between Batemans Bay & Moruya on the NSW South Coast).

Unusual Bird Sightings From Mogo NSW South Coast

This list of bird species are all unusual sightings for the South Coast NSW, Eurobodalla Region.

Stubble Quail, Giant Petrel, Sooty Shear-water, White-faced Storm-Petrel, Australasian Bittern, Intermediate Egret, Eastern Osprey, Square-tailed Kite, Black Kite, Lewin’s Rail,Baillon’s Crake, Painted Button-quail,Lesser Sand Plover, Greater Sand Plover, Common Sandpiper, Kelp Gull, Pomarine Jaeger, Arctic Jaeger, Long-billed Corella, Swift Parrot, Ground Parrot, Barking Owl, Yellow-throated Scrub-wren, Large-billed Scrub-wren, Buff-rumped Thornbill, White-plumed Honey eater, Noisy Miner and the Olive Whistler.

For a full list of bird sightings from our Mogo property, please see:  Bird Watching Day & Night

Eurobodalla Natural History Society
Eurobodalla Region - South Coast NSW Australia.