Rocky Cape NP (Tasmania)

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Subject: Rocky Cape NP (Tasmania)
From: "Irene" <>
Date: Wed, 19 Jun 2002 17:10:35 +1000
Rocky Cape National Park is great.  The Tasmanian endemics I've seen there are:
North Cave - Dusky Robin
South Cave - Tasmanian Scrubwren
Anniversary Bay walk - Green Rosella, Yellow-throated Honeyeater, Superb Fairy-wren ssp cyaneus (as per The Atlas of Australian Birds).
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From: [On Behalf Of Marlene Lyell
Sent: Tuesday, 18 June 2002 11:44
To: birding-aus
Subject: [BIRDING-AUS] RFI Rocky Cape NP (Tasmania)

Hi All
     I've got a 4 day visit to the northwest coast of Tassie coming up this weekend and wondering if anyone has any information regarding the above national park which I'm hoping to be able to squeeze a visit for at least one day. I have yet to see the majority of the Tassie endemics, so any help at all would be appreciated.
     I'll be arriving Devonport Saturday (ferry) then travelling west along the Bass Hwy to Rocky Cape, so anywhere from Devonport to the west coast is a possibility.
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