Northern Tasmania Birding Tours: Day Tour
Tasmanian tour viewing bird species in amazing landscapes
Visit some beautiful and fascinating birdlife rich places
The Experience – Private charter tour – 7-8 hours departing Scottsdale (60 minutes east of Launceston)
For our northern Tasmania birding tours, we depart Scottsdale for the day tour. Explore a fantastic array of habitats to discover a diverse range of bird species in north east Tasmania. Choose from the coastal regions of Mt William National Park and Bridport Wildflower Reserve or the varied forest and farmland habitats in the heart of north east Tasmania near Scottsdale.
Option – Mt William & Bridport Coastal Reserves
Birds are abundant in Mt William National Park with honey eaters, wrens, robins, finches, and pardalotes found in the Park. It is also home to yellow tailed cockatoos, harriers, white bellied sea eagles and wedge-tail eagles. Migratory birds like short-tailed shearwaters and the occasional albatross may also be sighted. Like Mt William, the Bridport Wildflower Reserve and surrounding areas are also known to be home to over 100 bird species including endemics, green rosella, yellow wattlebird, and yellow throated honeyeaters.
Option – Northern Tasmania Birding Tours (North East Tassie)
The Scottsdale region offers a range of bird habitats – great diversity in near proximity. We explore waterways, tall forests with undergrowth, open native eucalypt forests, plantations, farmlands and rolling hills. These areas are home to wrens, honeyeaters, robins, whistlers, parrots, thornbills, raptors, waterfowl, waders, fantails and many more. Ten of Tasmania’s twelve endemic species are known in north east Tasmania.
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