13 comments on “Birding in Southern Tassie – Part 1 ( The Tasman Peninsula )

  1. What an enjoyable Part I, I was in awe at all of the birds you found. Fantastic on the lifers, what an awesome series to date! I also loved seeing the animals and beautiful landscapes. I’m looking forward to Part 2! 🙂

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    • Thanks Donna, I am so delighted you enjoyed my Tassie post. It is enjoyable for me going back over my work as I prepare each one. We were like you in Florida so excited to see lifers almost every day, eventually in to the second week they tapered off, but we were blessed with other wonderful discoveries. We did see a very rare creature which will be featured in my next post.:-)

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    • Thanks Donna, sad the reserve was closed for sure, we are hoping to visit it ourselves one day in the next few years,as you have whetted our appetite from your previous posts! Tassie is such a unique place with a slower pace of life and very friendly people. Many of the youth flee to the mainland as it is a retirees and nature lovers paradise, but dead night life for those who want city life.

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  2. Thank you for taking me on this adventure in Tasmania. That island is a place I would love to visit “live” one day. So many animals and birds! I loved the closeups of the Tawny Frogmouth. And the Green Rosella was very beautiful too. Lovely post my friend.

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  3. What a great post! How wonderful it was you got to see so many of your lifers. I haven’t heard of the Unzoo before so I will make sure I stop by it on my next visit to Tassie. And I completely agree with you, that Tasmania is one big wildlife sanctuary! Thanks for sharing your experiences. 🙂

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