Australian migratory shorebirds are those shore birds that migrate each year to other parts of the world to breed. It is a diverse group of birds that find the shore lines of Australia's coastline and waterways home generally during the warmer months of the year. This birds travel to Australia to avoid the arctic winter before returning to the Northern hemisphere or New Zealand to breed. Often first year Adults that are not ready to breed will remain in Australia over winter before joining the migration the following year. The images found on this page have been photographed by wildlife Photographer Gary Knight
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