Middle Lagoon: Nature's hideaway
  • Nature's hideaway
  • Nature's hideaway
  • Nature's hideaway
  • Nature's hideaway
  • Nature's hideaway
  • Nature's hideaway

Wildlife at Middle Lagoon

In or out of the water, you're certain to see a geat deal of fascinating life on your journey through the Dampier Peninsula. In the trees, you'll see and hear the crowd-loving Major Mitchell cockatoos, the noisy corellas and the flocks of black cockatoos winging their way here and there. In the evening, look out for flights of flying foxes and other bats making their way to feeding places, and listen for the haunting cries of owls.

 

We've already mentioned the turtles, dugongs and whales you may see in our ocean waters, but there is plenty of other sea life too, including dolphins, big, slow moving potato cod, elegant longtoms, queenfish, and many hundreds of other colourful (and edible) fish varieties.

It's a privilege and an adventure to see such an isolated, naturally gifted part of the world, and when you do you'll see wildlife as it has been since long before white people came to these shores. Enjoy it!

 

Flora and Fauna of Middle Lagoon
Flora and Fauna at Middle Lagoon