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In the Maroochy Wetlands Sanctuary at Bli Bli, you can explore wet and dry eucalypt forests, rainforest, melaleuca forest, casuarina woodland, salt marsh and mangroves. You can watch over 200 different types of birds, as well as crabs, butterflies and other animals and organisms that make the wetlands their home, as detailed in the fauna and fungi species list[197KB]. Within this wetland, life thrives in land on the edge of the sea, flooded by freshwater and salty tides. One of south east Queensland's largest groups of Mangrove Ferns grow in these wetlands.
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Identifications
2,459
Observations
502
Species
229
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Top Species
1.
Meliphaga lewinii (Swainson, 1837)
71
2.
Pachycephala pectoralis (Latham, 1802)
69
3.
Lichmera indistincta (Vigors & Horsfield, 1827)
67
4.
Rhipidura rufifrons (Latham, 1802)
63
5.
Rhipidura albiscapa Gould, 1840
61
6.
Eopsaltria australis (Shaw, 1790)
58
7.
Psophodes olivaceus (Latham, 1802)
50
8.
Threskiornis molucca (Cuvier, 1829)
48
9.
Gerygone levigaster Gould, 1843
43
10.
Geopelia humeralis (Temminck, 1821)
39
Top Observers
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questagame
162
2.
Princess Ruby
106
3.
obsr1756883
71
4.
Fothergill
63
5.
obsr314930
54
6.
obsr692347
50
7.
obsr1782678
50
8.
obsr867847
48
9.
Grisper
48
10.
baronsamedi
45
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