• Little Woodswallows in the Kimberley

    20 days ago - By 10,000 Birds

    Little Woodswallows- Artamus minor are the smallest of the Woodswallows at only 12-14cm and prefer areas where there are cliff faces and rugged terrain. They can be found close to Broome around the Willie Creek area and at the nearby ephemeral lakes, though, despite the lack of cliffs. One of the easiest places to find Little Woodswallows in the Kimberley which is accessible by bitumen is Geikie Gorge close to the town of Fitzroy Crossing. Ideally you should walk the trails quite early in the day and you will soon encounter the Little Woodswallows cuddled up together communally on the...
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