Bird Watching in and around Tenterfield
The beautiful and diverse Shire of Tenterfield is a haven for birdlife with more than 230 species of native birds having been recorded. The Shire straddles the Great Dividing Range with elevations ranging from 115m on the Clarence River to 1491m atop Big Mount Spirabo, creating many different habitats. Much of the Shire is natural bushland, with many National Parks and an abundance of wild flowers, especially in Spring.
This handy pocket-sized, brochure, authored by Janet White with graphic design by Kerry Hardy (BlackSheep Studio), is not an identification guide but more a list of the many birds you might encounter with a guide to the best places to go bird watching and what you might see there. (The brochure has maps, driving directions and distances.)
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- Bird Watching in and around Tenterfield (2.37 MB)