Green Cape, the northern shore of Disaster Bay on the Far South Coast, is home to the southernmost lighthouse in New South Wales, as well as 71 souls of those that drowned when the Ly-Ee-Moon wrecked there in 1886.

It is a haunting, magnificent place, sentinel over a massive and spectacular ocean and one of the finest land-based whale watching spots in the world.

It is also, we have discovered, a bird watcher’s paradise. The good folks at Green Cape Lightstation have been taking some excellent pics of the many bird species that can be seen at Green Cape, which is fast becoming a favourite spot for our Light to Light Camps guests. The pics below are from their facebook page.

Check ’em out. Tweet.

I can name some of these fellas. How about you?

A former editor of the local paper, Jake Lynch left Eden in 2006 to follow his heart, and general sense of adventure, across the United States to work for recreation and community development nonprofits. But some opportunities are just too good to pass up, and he was very easily lured back to join the Light to Light Camps team in 2016.