August to November
In spring, the clear, blue skies of Western Australia are peppered with the flocks of migratory birds making their way around the State.
Throughout the day, visitors are treated to familiar patterns of restless birds migrating towards the horizon in graceful 'V' formations.
Broome's Roebuck Bay is regarded as one of the best spots in Australia to view shore birds, as an estimated 175,000 birds roost and feed there every year before returning to their Arctic breeding grounds.
In the North West region, Magpie Geese and dozens of duck species are prevalent, along with Ibis, large cranes and Australia's indigenous stork, the Jabiru.
Further south, parrots and Kookaburras are commonly sighted alongside more exotic species such as Red-tailed Black Cockatoos.