The landscape of Cowra varies from the rich agricultural river flats to the slopes and rolling hills of the Lachlan Valley. From relatively untouched native vegetation in our National Parks, to small remnant of native bush found along old Travelling Stock Reserves (TSR), there are many great places to spot woodland birds throughout the Shire.

The Cowra Region is home to a number of threatened or declining species, including the Superb Parrot, Swift Parrot, Black-Chinned Honeyeater, Diamond Firetail, Brown Treecreeper, Barking Owl, Speckled Warbler and Hooded Robin.

For detailed information on the best places in the region to spot local birdlife, pick up a copy of Bird Routes of Cowra brochure from the Cowra Visitor Information Centre or downland it below.


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    Visit Cowra acknowledges the Wiradjuri People as the Traditional Custodians of the land on which we work and reside, and pay our respects to Elders past and present.