Central Channel Country Birds
Bulloo and Diamantina Rivers
The Channel Country is generally represented as the part of the Lake Eyre Basin where the Diamantina River and other inland rivers draining towards the inland salt water lakes divide into myriads of minor channels that then course over the extensive floodplains as they wander towards the inland 'sea'.
In wet seasons this region becomes home to likely the most diverse array of especially water birds, though others may be found as well, to be found anywhere, as the following list shows.
Australian Wood Duck
Pacific Black Duck
Great Crested Grebe
Little Pied Cormorant
Little Black Cormorant
Eastern Great Egret
Australian White Ibis
Australian Spotted Crake
Australian Painted Snipe
White-winged Black Tern
Stacpoole Music and Internet Mount Barker WA
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