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Denmark Fauna

Denmark Fauna
There is so much unique Denmark fauna to see when visiting Western Australia’s beautiful South West and when you stay at Chimes Spa Retreat in Denmark you are in the prime location to discover them all.
The Denmark area has a diverse blend of forest-clad cliffs, wetlands and lazy coves and crescent-shaped bays rich with marine life, including dolphins and seals. Along the coastline are many lookout platforms from which whales can be seen playing, as they migrate.
Book your stay at Chimes Spa Retreat and you’ll be able to enjoy the wonderful Denmark fauna in the area.
Denmark Fauna - Bird Watching
Denmark’s most well known fauna are the 160 species of birds that habitat the region. The complete list of species is available in the Birds Australia leaflet available from the Denmark Visitor Centre.
The rare red-eared firetail finch frequents the Little River Walk Trail area. The blue wren, two fairy wrens, the Splendid and the Redwing, are common and often feed in gardens. Many species of parrots, including the rock parrot, red-tailed and white-tailed black cockatoo, and the purple-crowned lorikeet frequent the forests or coast.
Wilson Inlet is the feeding ground for many migratory wader species, which fatten up in preparation for their return trip to the northern hemisphere. Ospreys may also be seen fishing in the inlet.
Don’t delay, book online today to stay at Chimes Spa Retreat, with close access to the local Denmark fauna.

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