Taxidermy Malleefowl and eggs


This taxidermy specimen allows visitors to get up close and have a good look at a Malleefowl. The birds create large mounds of decaying vegetation to bury and incubate their eggs. Sometimes unhatched eggs are later pushed out of the mound. A Malleefowl egg is considerably larger than a chicken egg.

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Yongernow Australian Malleefowl Centre

Find out about one of Australia's megapodes: the Malleefowl.

Learn about the endangered bird which builds large mounds to incubate its eggs. The Yongernow Australian Malleefowl Centre is dedicated to raising awareness of mallee bush and Malleefowl. The Centre...


Lot 260 Jaekel Street
Ongerup WA 6336

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Tues to Sat 9am - 4pm

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Yongergnow Australian Malleefowl Centre
Yongergnow Australian Malleefowl Centre
See the endangered Malleefowl in a natural setting at Yongergnow...
Jaekel Street, Lot 260, Ongerup, WA 6336