Spring Bird Surveys on King Island – Advertisement


When: 17th-19th November 2017

Where: King Island, Tasmania

What: Surveying the birds of King Island, social events and a workshop ‘Getting the best from Birdata’

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Season arrivals

my inner west Sydney suburban backyard has had a pair of White Winged Trillers and a Sacred Kingfisher since that recent hot windy weather. Kookaburras have been destocking the resident herds of Brown Grass and Garden Skinks which until just before the hot winds were numerous large and lazy. It was if the Kookaburras knew . . . → Read More: Season arrivals

Bird identification

David I think it could be an immature Rufous Whistler. I think the orange bill is deceptive as it is created by the sun light shining through the immature birds bill. Will be interested to see other interpretations. Geoff

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