Inland birds on the move in search of food as drought continues to bite

If you're a bird watcher, you may have noticed changes in your local bird population since the drought hit.

Inland bird populations are moving from their usual habitats to coastal areas in search of food and water.

Cities and coastal areas are now playing hosts to new species.

It's an exciting time for twitchers but a cause for concern too.

GUEST: Sean "the Birdman" Dooley from BirdLife Australia, editor of Australian Birdlife magazine.

Listen to the audio on Radio National's Sunday Extra.

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