Friends of the Cockburn Wetlands Education Centre

 Beeliar wetlands



(Photos by Denise Crosbie)

 A common sighting in winter are a number of black swans (Cygnus atratus) making nests on Bibra Lake. In one year a nest may be used 3 or 4 times by the same bird or several in turn.  Both sexes incubate eggs for about 39-43 days, and both care for their young.




The new broadwalk at Bibra Lake make it easier to view the water birds, such as this Australasian Coot with its young.





Frog swamp in the days when it was full of water.






(Photo by Marion Shaw)