Birdwatching can turn Border regions into tourist destinations

Published on : Monday, December 23, 2013

download-513Birdwatching border region is a serious business that promises a few more tourist dollars .Which greatly helped by Albury ‘s Wonga Wetlands of Australia’s top 100 Birdwatching Sites is a new book 54TH .Winter full of water and dry in the summer – it is absorbed all the way nature intended it to come around wetlands have been reclaimed .

Already thousands of visitors , such as schools and pelicans, Black Swans , where the white -bellied sea eagle can be seen as a species, wetlands , special beauty know .And it’s , Albury, Wodonga Birdwatching course Wetlands Society , which says that the main attraction , there is no surprise .Albury to advise the Council on the recognition of all this lends weight .

John saw in society , as a growing global trend says that because of the birds bird tourism ” Bewitched ” watch people ” want to see them in a different environment . ” Is This listing has been recognized and it is excellent in wet areas , such as the other will continue to receive a number of sites in the North East .

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