Iron Range National Park is one of Australia’s special places, a part of Australia were nature still rules. A place were land bridges between Papua New Guinea and Australia have allowed an exchange of plants and animals to an extent not seen in any other part of the Australia.
Many of the animals you may see in Iron Range can also be found in Papua New Guinea.
Birdwatchers come from all over Australia and the World to see the unique assortment of birds and animals found at Iron Range.
Eighteen (18) species of special and unique birds can be found at Iron Range National Park.
Unique reptiles and mammals can also be found here. Professional bird watchers can contact Chris for current local knowledge on the location of specialist birds.. If your not an expert bird watcher and would like to learn more about the wildlife of Iron Range, come with one of local Mob – Chris Dean. Chris will show you the hidden secret lives of Iron Range wildlife.
Male Red-cheeked Parrot File:Geoffroyus geoffroyi -Papua New Guinea-6.jpg markharper1
male Double-eyed Fig-Parrot (Cyclopsitta diophthalma) race
Trumpet Manucode John Young AWC Facebook
Magpie Geese Terry Carmichael
Papuan frogmouth (head) Terry Carmichael
Eclectus parrot (Family Group) Terry Carmichael
Black necked stork Terry Carmichael
Magnificent Riflebird (Ptiloris magnificus Eric Gropp CC BY 2.0