Birds of Bruny Island & Tasmania

Written by on September 10, 2020

Cat Davidson is looking forward to sharing her experience as she takes you through the twelve endemic birds that call Tasmania home, and the breeding endemics who make their way across the Bass Strait each year.

Cat is a birding and nature guide with Inala Nature Tours based in Tasmania and the coordinator of the Bruny Island Bird Festival.

She will also give you a closer look at the birdlife of the remarkable Bruny Island in the south-eastern region of Tasmania. Bruny Island is a stronghold for the forty-spotted pardalote and swift parrot, just two of the many endangered and vulnerable bird species that call the island home.

For more great content by and for Tasmanians, check out Tasmanian Times!

This article was originally published in the Tasmanian Times and was reposted with permission.

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