Kangaroo Island Birds
Kangaroo Island Birds

Kangaroos grazing near the Lodge

The birdlife of Kangaroo Island is rich and varied, with over 260 species resident on the island. At Sea Dragon Lodge we have sighted over 30 of these specifically, with many other Kangaroo Island bird species resident on the property. Avid bird watchers can spend hours on the property observing our thriving bird population. For those who would like to know more about Kangaroo Island’s birds, have a look at a book called “Birds of Kangaroo Island” by Chris Baxter. We supply a copy of this book and some small binoculars in all accommodation. Below is a list of Kangaroo Island birds that have been sighted at Sea Dragon Lodge.

List of Birds Sighted at Sea Dragon Lodge

Echidnas main diet is termites
  • Australian Golden Whistler
    (from the Deck)
  • Australian Hobby Falcon
    (from the Deck)
  • Australian Magpie
    (from the Deck)
  • Australian Pied Cormorant
    (from the beach)
  • Australian Raven
    (from the Deck)
  • Australian White Ibis
    (on the Property)
  • Beautiful Firetail
    (from the Deck)
  • Echidnas main diet is termites
  • Black-faced Cormorant
    (from the beach)
  • Brown Thornbill
    (from the Deck)
  • Crescent Honeyeater
    (from the Deck)
  • Eastern Barn Owl
    (from the Deck)
  • Eastern Spinebill
    (from the deck)
  • Galah
    (from the Deck)
  • Glossy Black Cockatoo
    (on the Creek Walk)
  • Echidnas main diet is termites
  • Grey Currawong
    (from the Deck)
  • Grey Fantail
    (from the Deck)
  • Grey Currawong
    (from the Deck)
  • Laughing Kookaburra
    (on the property)
  • Little Raven
    (from the Deck)
  • Nankeen Kestrel
    (from the Deck)
  • New Holland Honeyeater
    (from the Deck)
  • Pacific Gull
    (from the beach)
  • Scarlet Robin
    (from the Deck)
  • Echidnas main diet is termites
  • Silver Eye
    (from the Deck)
  • Silver Gull
    (from the beach)
  • Southern Boobook
    (On the property)
  • Superb Fairy Wren
    (from the Deck)
  • Terns
    (from the beach)
  • Wedge Tailed Eagle
    (from the Deck & Beach)
  • Welcome Swallow
    (from the Deck)
  • White-bellied Sea Eagle
    (from the Deck & Beach)
  • Willie Wagtail
    (from the Deck)