More than 50 bird species can usually be sighted in and around Boort.
Blue-faced Honey-eaters and Musk Lorikeets are often seen in the parkland near the entrance to the caravan park. The reed-beds, shallows and mudflats to the south-east of Little Lake Boort is a good area to see a variety of waterbirds: ducks, teal, pelicans, cormorants, darters, spoonbills, swamp-hens, moorhens, coots, dotterels, stilts, crakes and rails.
The western end is worth a look too. Tawny Frogmouths regularly nest here. White-breasted Woodswallows are summer visitors around the pumping dam.
For more information, read the ‘Boort & District Birding Guide‘ by Malcolm Cousland.