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Bio Calendar

Despite the often harsh climate, Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park is home to hundreds of different animal and bird species with a rich wildlife.

Bio Calendar


Despite the often harsh climate, Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park is home to hundreds of different animal and bird species. One of the best things about a visit here is to see some of this wildlife in their natural habitat.

Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park has 21 species of native mammals, over 200 species of birds, 73 species of reptiles and literally thousands of invertebrate species including ants, spiders and bugs.

This calendar highlights some of the key biological events by month. So you will be sure to not miss out on your most treasured natural wonder.

January

  • Spectacular lightning storms may be seen
  • Crested pigeons continue breeding, with more eggs hatching
  • Female Blue-tongue Lizard will give birth towards the end of the month to up to 21 babies
  • Woma Python eggs begin to hatch
  • Desert Skink breeding season ends and babies are born

February

  • Thorny Devil eggs begin to hatch
  • Crested Pigeons continue breeding, with more eggs hatching
  • Woma Python eggs are still hatching
  • Desert Skink babies are born
  • Sturt Desert Pea flowering

March

  • Crested Pigeons breeding season ends
  • Sturt Desert Pea flowering

April

  • The beginning of the cold weather
  • The Park's reptiles begin to hibernate
  • Camel breeding season begins
  • Wedge-tailed Eagle breeding season commences
  • Sturt Desert Pea flowering

May

  • Camels continue to breed
  • Wedge-tailed eagle breeding season continues
  • Woma Python breeding season commences
  • Sturt Desert Pea flowering

June

  • The Mulga bush begins to flower with yellow wattle
  • The Parrot Pea's big green flowers with dark stripes become abundant
  • Camels continue to breed
  • Wedge-tailed Eagle breeding season continues and eggs begin to hatch
  • Woma Python breeding season continues
  • Mulgara breeding season begins

July

  • Wedge-tailed Eagle breeding season at its peak
  • Camels continue to breed
  • Sturts Desert Rose is in full bloom
  • Eagle breeding season continues
  • Woma Python breeding season continues
  • Mulgara breeding season continues

August

  • Food plants begin to flower, fruit and seed
  • Most animals begin breeding at this time
  • Hibernating reptiles come out
  • Camels continue to breed
  • Wedge-tailed Eagle breeding season continues
  • Woma Python breeding season ends
  • Mulgara breeding season ends and babies are born

September

  • Wildflowers can usually be seen in bloom
  • Honey Grevillea will blossom with spiky leaves and orange flower clusters
  • Crested Pigeons begin breeding
  • Blue-tongued Lizard breeding season commences
  • Camels breeding season comes to an end
  • Spinifex hopping mouse begins breeding
  • Wedge-tailed Eagle breeding season ends

October

  • Female Thorny Devil's begin to lay eggs
  • Crested Pigeons continue breeding and eggs begin hatching
  • Blue-tongued Lizard breeding season continues
  • Woma Python deposits eggs
  • Desert Skink breeding season begins

November

  • Blue-tongued Lizards breeding season ends
  • Female Thorny Devils continue to lay eggs
  • Crested Pigeons continue breeding, with more eggs hatching
  • Desert Skink breeding season continues

December

  • Female Thorny Devils continue to lay eggs
  • Crested Pigeons continue breeding, with more eggs hatching
  • Desert Skink breeding season continues and babies are being born

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