When it comes to birding in the far north, Cooktown is a unique geographical base, due to its access to an incredible array of eco-systems, including wet tropics rainforest, mangrove-lined estuaries, open savanna, sclerophyll and riverine forests and stunning escarpment country.
You may wish to enjoy a casual tour of Cooktown's beautiful scenery, looking through the binoculars and taking in some new birds, or you could be a very keen birder chasing some of the rarer species, specific to the area; like the Silver-crowned Friarbird, White-streaked Honeyeater, Lovely Fairy-wren, Tropical Scrubwren, Northern Fantail, White-browed Robin, or the seasonal visiting Black-winged Monarch (Nov-March).
Either way your local birdwatching guide David, will make this half-day adventure tour a rewarding experience.
|Return Time:||Approx 12:30pm|
|Tour Includes:||Morning tea.
Invite only property access.
Spare binoculars and birdlists on hand.
|Requests:||Extend to full day.($235 p.p, $310 single)
Sole charter for target species.
Specific photography requests welcome.
|Price:||2-4 People: (Half day) $165 pp
1 Person: $225
Cooktown is a birdwatcher's paradise! There are so many rare and exciting species to be found. This is just a small photo collection of the birds we've photographed on our Cooktown Tour.