|IBA conservation status|
|Year of assessment (most recent)||State (condition)||Pressure (threat)||Response (action)|
|2008||not assessed||medium||not assessed|
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The IBA is an ephemeral wetland system that is estimated to have supported more than 200,000 waterbirds when extensively inundated. The system has periodically supported more than 1% of the global populations of Australian Pelican and Straw-necked Ibis. The inland breeding colonies of Australian Pelican and Straw-necked Ibis observed in the IBA are among the largest recorded for tropical Australia.
Roger Jaensch of Wetlands International provided unpublished data, comments and interpretation on the habitat and waterbird information.
BirdLife International (2023) Important Bird Area factsheet: Tarrabool Lake-Eva Downs Swamp System. Downloaded from http://datazone.birdlife.org/site/factsheet/tarrabool-lake-eva-downs-swamp-system-iba-australia on 04/10/2023.