Fwd: tasmania for easter

Subject: Fwd: tasmania for easter
From: Cheryl Ridge <>
Date: Sat, 29 Mar 2008 18:06:47 -0700 (PDT)
Hi folks

Just a correction - it was a PINK Robin I saw, not
Rose. Definitely a first for me anyway.
I saw a couple of them while driving through forest
areas. Too dark for photo attempts though.

Also can anyone tell me if Dusky Robins look similar
to female Flame Robins?



--- Cheryl Ridge <> wrote:

> Date: Sat, 29 Mar 2008 16:15:06 -0700 (PDT)
> From: Cheryl Ridge <>
> Subject: tasmania for easter
> To: 
> Hi folks
> We had a quick trip to Tassie over the Easter, to
> buy
> a car and do some general sight seeing. It was not a
> birding trip but I was very happy to get my FIRST
> views of:
> Green Rosellas
> Tasmanian Native Hens
> Yellow Wattlebirds
> white Bennetts Wallabies
> Rose Robins
> Kelp Gulls
> Albatross and Shearwaters(not close views on these
> so
> unable to id).
> Not new for me but good views of:
> Little Penguins
> Black Faced Cormorants
> Scarlet and Flame Robins
> Many thanks to those who offered some tips on how
> to counteract seasickness. I ended up using Ginger
> which helped one time but not the other. I certainly
> don't have my sea legs yet! Back to the drawing
> board
> I think.
> If anyone would like to have a look at my general
> Tassie photos just drop me a line. It is such a
> beautiful place and deserves more than just 4 days!
> regards
> Cheryl


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