Here a few photos taken at Little Llangothlin NR. Located about 15 km North of Guyra, at 1300 m altitude in the northern tablelands of NSW, Little Llangothlin NR protects a shallow natural lake, which is one of only a few high-altitude semi-permanent wetlands, making it an important potential stopover for aquatic birds migrating along the Great Dividing Range, parallel with the East coast of Australia. The natural fresh water lake is in part lined with reeds. Note that some photos presented on this website are available FOR SALE.
Overview of the fresh water lake at Little Llangothlin NR
Amongst other aquatic birds, this large congregation of Eurasian Coots was found by us at Little
Llangothlin NR, at a time when the nearby Mother of Ducks Lagoon in
Guyra was dry
[Little Llangothlin NR, NSW, August 2015]