Wherever you go in the Kimberley region of Western Australia, birds are visible and abundant. There are the typical northern birds like the lorikeet and jabiru, the pan-Australian birds like the emu, and the visitors such as the channel-billed cuckoo. There are also the flocks of little corellas or budgerigars that are common around waterholes and dams, and the brolgas with their elegant dance routines that are an intergral part of the region's mythology.
Common Birds of the Kimberley will enrich your experience. It will help you identify some of these birds and learn something of their habits and life history.