Birds are everywhere. They fly, perch, and stride in all places and they greet us anytime of the day. In Sydney though, birds are more than just pleasant sights. As they set out on their journey and take wing, they entice us as an invitation to a birding quest. Sydney owns a couple of places where birds live, where they frequently perch, and spread their wings unto. Heaps of rare bird species like Regent Honeyeaters and Grey Butcherbirds find home on this city and its outskirts.
On their migratory season, they’re lovely as they soar in the sky on the look for a new home or in a flyaway towards their breeding spot. You can engage with these air travelers in bird feeding, tree planting, and nesting amidst the rainforests. But you can also enjoy them from afar via bird watching while they make their perfect formations in the clear sky. When you and your family instilled a sense of regard and sympathy towards nature, it has a way of giving it back to you.