King Island Bird Watching
Site for King Island birds
King Island's different, funny & unusual
White-bellied Sea Eagles by Mavis burgess
The images found on these pages are just pics of things around King Island and elsewhere that are a little unusual or different.
As we find more we'll enter them but if you can add to these then by all means send your images in.
This is a new segment so it may take a little time to get more and more interesting shots.
Orange-bellied Parrot chick by Lauren Barrow
Australia's Orange-bellied Parrot, along with the Giant Panda, Whooping Crane and Siberian Tiger are amongst the rarest and most endangered of  Wildlife. Only 100 to 200 individuals still exist.
They spend their summers in Tasmania and their winters along the coasts of Victoria and South Australia.
At the end of summer they leave South West Tasmania heading North towards mainland Australia with a stop-over for food supplies on King Island before arriving at their destinations, this is a drawn out period of about 2 months.
King Island is an Orange-bellied Parrot bird watcher destination.
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