Spring Bird Surveys on King Island - Advertisement

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Subject: Spring Bird Surveys on King Island - Advertisement
From: Kathrine Ravich <>
Date: Mon, 2 Oct 2017 03:26:50 +0000


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’ 


For more information and registration go to: 

BOOK ASAP: Flights to and accomodation on King Island are limited. Flights from 
Melbourne are already filling up - with golfers! 


The Wings on King project kicked off in April, 2017, with a 3 day launch and 
Autumn monitoring of over 40 sites.

Now its time for the first Wings on King Spring Survey that will be taking 
place over the 17th and 19th November. NOTE: Your need to arrive on 16th for an 
orientation, team formation and welcome event.

With over 50 shared survey sites situated across the island, including on 
private land not accessible to most visitors, there is a big job to do.  

King Island has a rich avifauna boasting 10 of the 12 Tasmanian endemic 
species, 6 King Island subspecies with mainland birds including the many Bass 
Strait migrants as well as residents.  Its worth a visit - and with such a 
small human population (about 1600) we need YOUR help…

We hope you will visit,  use your expertise to give us a hand and have fun with 
like-minds on a beautiful island.  You will be warmly welcomed...

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