Birds of the Byron Wetlands
Wetlands are natural or constructed areas of land where water covers the soil for all or part of the year. The Byron Wetlands are constructed wetlands and form part of the 100 ha Byron Integrated Management Reserve – an award-winning example of how good resource management in action can minimise the impact of the sewage treatment plant on the surrounding ecosystems and, in addition, create a wonderful natural habitat for the support of local flora and fauna diversity.
With a list of over 227 species already sighted, the wetlands have gained a reputation as a great place to birdwatch when visiting Byron. You can know more about Birds of the Byron Wetlands, clicking the previous link.