4 Gorgeous birds you can Spot at Del Rio Resort

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With an abundance of food and freshwater, the variety of Australian native birds is a plenty. Here are 4¬†gorgeous¬†birds we spotted at Del Rio in June. The pink Galah is extremely cheeky, making the most of the remaining fruit off the Liquidamber Tree which are scatted through Del Rio”s Golf Course. The Galah”s make a complete mess all over the ground but they are having lots of fun filling their belly”s before Winter kicks in.

Sparrows are very rare to see in the cities due to dominance of the Indian Minor birds. However, there are plenty at Del Rio, most of them located up near the Serenity and the Escape. When you go for one of DelRio”s bushwalks, you”ll probably come across Kookaburra”s.

The Del Rio staff also put seed for the King Parrots, this is right next to the office where you check in and out. Keep your eye out for these beautiful native Australian birds and make sure you have your camera ready.


About maureen

Maureen McNamara is the Marketing Manager of Del Rio Riverside Resort and has a broad knowledge of Del Rio as she has been going there since she was a small child. Maureen has a real passion for Del Rio Riverside Resort, she loves the glorious Hawkesbury River and the wide open spaces available at Del Rio Riverside Resort. Maureen is always open to suggestions to write on the blog pages, so please do not hesitate to shoot her an email with photos, special events or funny little stories. You can contact maureen on maureen@delrioresort.com.au

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