Corop, Victoria, Australia: Information about Corop community for visitors and locals

Natural history

Fauna

The Corop Wetlands have been a haven for over 60 species of local and migratory waterbird species. Brolga frequent these wetland areas and breed when wetlands are full.

Along with the diverse variety of waterbird species, birds to be seen in the area include: Swift Parrot, Grey Crowned Babbler, Bush Stone Curlew and Powerful Owl.

A full list of the birds sighted in the area can be obtained from the Birdata website.

Other animals found in the area include:

  • Squirrel Glider
  • Woodland Blind Snake
  • Tree Goanna
  • Eastern Grey Kangaroo

Visit the Atlas of Living Australia for details of birds and animals found in the area.

Further information on Brolgas

Conserving Corop's identity (The Brolga) and the value of the region to waterbird conservation

Further information on frogs

Frogs of the Corop lakes