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This could be a fantastic place to see lots of varieties of birds, not just flamingos. We could see them at a great distance over the trees. We could hear them when walking down the path the other side of the fence and high trees....More
We felt privileged to see flamingoes from the brow of the hill in front of the visitor centre ( which was closed when we visited on the Tuesday lunchtime) and got reasonable views with strong binoculars but it was disappointing not to be able to...More
I visited the Laguna with non-birding family members who were keen to see the flamingos. The water level was so low that all the birds were in one corner -fortunately within viewing distance!
There were smaller ponds however with waders, grebes and juvenile White-headed Ducks....More
Driving through the very uninteresting town leads to an amazing flat bed of life. However, seeing the birds is not as easy great an experience as I'd wanted. The entrace is free, which is great, and the entrance is outside, which is good if you...More
This is a great place to visit, even for non-birdwatchers - there are thousands of punk flamingos in season and countless other water birds, in the enormous main lagoon and in the wetlands round the visitors centre. Most of the flamingoes are standing in the...More
We visited the place on Aug. 6, 2017. It was VERY hot - about 42 degrees centigrade.
The attendant advised us to 'go behind the building to see flamingos'.
We followed her advice and were able to see flamingos from the top of the hill....More
Well worth come here to see the Flamingos there are many still in the lagooon just near the visitors centre. They have provided excellent comfortable Hides to view the birds and not disturb them . Flocks fly arround and land and others just walking eating...More
This is a lovely spot but you must be aware that with any wildlife, this is seasonal. In the dry seasons (summer/autumn) there is very little water and the birds are on just a couple of small ponds near the visitors centre. For birders there...More