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  • Eurasian Coot (Image ID 38804)

    Eurasian Coot.   Photographer: Glenn Pure

  • Osprey,Silver Gull (Image ID 35703)

    Osprey,Silver Gull.   Photographer: Bruce McNaughton

  • Pacific Black Duck (Image ID 34652)

    Pacific Black Duck.   Photographer: Linda Unwin

  • Hooded Parrot (Image ID 33942)

    Hooded Parrot.   Photographer: Bill Harding

  • Little Pied Cormorant (Image ID 20177)

    Little Pied Cormorant.   Photographer: Ian Wilson

This page is a summary of recent postings from Birdline Tasmania. The content is updated every 30 minutes. BirdLife Photography takes no responsibility for the accuracy or timeliness of any posted information.

29 March 2020

Birdline Tasmania is a site for the reporting of rare or unusual birds outside their normal range, unusually high or low numbers, early or late arrivals or departures for migrant species and interesting behaviour or unusual habitat usage.
  • White-throated Needletail at Taroona reported by George Vaughan on 29-03-2020
    I was looking out the window when I saw what, without a size comparison, looked a bit like a distant Peregrine... but then more and more began appearing, and it dawned on me! Swifts!! They were quite a loose flock of some twenty five alien forms, hurtling along with barely a movement, and it was fascinating how the whole "storm front" thing was applying here; the second the rain started, they vanished, and when it tailed off another four went through, taking it up to a healthy twenty nine birds!!
  • White-bellied Sea Eagle at Mt Stuart reported by Els Wakefield on 27-03-2020
    While in my kitchen, I heard a White-bellied Sea Eagle calling which sounded almost like a duck. I went out onto my balcony from where I watched it slowly circling and calling while being attacked by two Forest Raven. They were rising higher and higher until they were just specks in the sky.


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