Now you can carry Uluru’s birds with you wherever you go - with our latest bird app. ‘Uluru birds’ details 50 species found in and around dual World Heritage listed Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park.
‘Uluru birds’ details 50 of the 178 bird species that live in the area, filling the Red Centre landscape with their colour and song. Information is included on walks likely to yield abundant birdlife and some itineraries to help you make the most of your time at the park. Plus, Pitjantjatjara words are featured to extend your connection with Anangu, the people who call Uluru home.
‘Uluru birds’ is available for free download in the Apple iTunes store and is the perfect addition to our Kakadu, Booderee and Christmas Island National Park bird apps. You can also use the app alongside our free Uluru audio tours for an info-packed visitor experience.
Please enjoy learning more about our parks and these captivating creatures. And don’t forget to share them with your friends, rate them and leave us your valuable feedback!
Tanya, Parks Australia
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