King Island Birds
‘A Slice of Paradise’
The great attraction for birders is the relative small size of the island on which to find so many birds, only – 65kms x 25kms of farmland, bush and beach.
About 1500 souls populate this beautiful isolated jewel in the crown, and only a tiny tourist influx, the real population is the 500,000 odd wallabies bouncing about the place eating grass grown by increasingly frustrated farmers
Other wildlife include Echidnas, Platypus, Deer, Penguins, Possums, Snakes, Blue Tongues etc, Whales and Dolphins; there’s also miles of deserted unspoilt beaches to explore and snap away at the sea and shorebirds.
King Island is truly and uniquely an exceptional destination.
Check out this comprehensive website: www.kingislandbirdwatching.com.au
Many pictures and stories to see.
Further information and more photos on King Island and the excellent self contained cottages style accommodation available on these following sites:
Contact: John or Rhonda
Phone: (03) 6461 1326
Mobile: 0427 002 397 Email: [email protected]