Albert Park is home to a wide diversity of bird life, making it a good spot for birdwatching. The lake and surrounding parklands are an
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Albert Park is home to a wide diversity of bird life, making it a good spot for birdwatching. The lake and surrounding parklands are an important breeding and feeding habitat for these species.
The park note below provides information on the birds found in Albert Park and what they like to eat, along with a description of what the bird looks like and the sounds they make.
Please don't feed the birds. Feeding the birds bread and food scraps is harmful to them.
05 Mar 2014
A deer control program to reduce the numbers of introduced deer from the Dandenong Ranges National Park, Yellingbo Nature Conservation Reserve and Warramate Hills Nature Conservation Reserve will be conducted over the next 12 months to reduce the environmental impact on native species of wildlife and vegetation. “This program will…