7 comments on “Birding on King Island, Tasmania

    • Thanks Donna, It is an island least explored for birds, but has some interesting surprises. We are now in the larger island state which this island is part of, and discovering many new birds we have never seen before. Enjoy your week!

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  1. You had a very nice birding trip to this island, so many surprises! I admired the Bronzewing, what a beautiful bird it is! The wild turkeys and the Indian Peafowl were also very interesting. Your bird of the week must be the cousin of our Royal Term as the look quite similar. Thank you for this nice post, my friend.

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    • Thanks Tiny, for your welcome comment, yes the Terns are often difficult to discern their differences as they look so alike. It was an interesting island but very boring for people who want city life, very quiet place. Thanks again and have a blessed weekend my friend, as we are still away in Tassie for another week seeing many new birds:-).

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  2. What a fantastic place and you’ve shared a beautiful gallery with us. I’ve never been down to Tasmania and hope to one day. Thanks for another fine collection of shots showcasing our wonderful part of the world. 🙂

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