Map of Corridor with (7) habitat areas
The Lee Point Biodiversity Corridor is ~2 sq km in area and arguably has more habitats than any park in the Top End with the exception of Kakadu National Park (~20,000 sq km). Based on Birdlife data, Kakadu National Park has ~290 bird species and the Corridor ~ 200 bird species, refer: Birdata map .
All the photos below were taken in the Corridor.
Area 1 – Coastal habitat
Area 2 – Mangrove habitat
Area 3 – Monsoon forest habitat
Area 4 – Woodland habitat
Area 5 – Woodland habitat
Butterflies and moths
Grass finches in 2022
Cockatoos, parrots and lorikeets
Area 6 – Freshwater habitat and dam
Area 7 – Rainforest and grassland habitat