Explore: BirdLife Western Australia – Walk around Bibra Lake
Bibra Lake, Cockburn – Half-day excursion
Bibra Lake is a part of the Beeliar Wetlands chain and a large number of bushbirds and waterbirds can be seen here. Over 130 bird species have been recorded in this reserve.
We will circumnavigate the lake which is an 8 km long path and visit 2 bird hides on the way. The walk will take 3-4 hours and for those who don’t wish to walk the full distance, a car can be left at the half way mark, if you let the leader know.
Bring water, hats and suitable footwear as snakes have been seen in the area. Bring also, a chair and morning tea to have while we do a combined bird list.
Leader: Alan Watson
Meet at 7.30 am in the car park at the southern end of the lake, off Progress Drive. This is the car park nearest to the jetty and not far from Gwilliam Drive.