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Tasman National Park field guide

Tasman National Park

205
0.01 sightings / ha
King Island field guide

King Island

77
0 sightings / ha
Maria Island National Park field guide

Maria Island National Park

57
0 sightings / ha
Cradle Mountain National Park field guide

Cradle Mountain National Park

48
0 sightings / ha
Southwest National Park field guide

Southwest National Park

45
0 sightings / ha
South Bruny National Park field guide

South Bruny National Park

41
0 sightings / ha
Mount Field National Park field guide

Mount Field National Park

30
0 sightings / ha
Freycinet National Park field guide

Freycinet National Park

24
0 sightings / ha
Goulds Lagoon Sanctuary field guide

Goulds Lagoon Sanctuary

15
0.54 sightings / ha
Lavinia State Reserve field guide

Lavinia State Reserve

9
0 sightings / ha
Flinders Island field guide

Flinders Island

6
0 sightings / ha
Seal Rocks Conservation Area field guide

Seal Rocks Conservation Area

6
0 sightings / ha
Ben Lomond National Park field guide

Ben Lomond National Park

0
0 sightings / ha
Cape Barren Island field guide

Cape Barren Island

0
0 sightings / ha
Cape Wickham Conservation Area field guide

Cape Wickham Conservation Area

0
0 sightings / ha
Clarke Island field guide

Clarke Island

0
0 sightings / ha
Counsel Hill Conservation Area field guide

Counsel Hill Conservation Area

0
0 sightings / ha
Douglas-Apsley National Park field guide

Douglas-Apsley National Park

0
0 sightings / ha

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Liam.m wrote:
7 Apr 2024
Hi @AlisonMilton, pretty sure this one is a female chestnut, though I see where the confusion stems from. They’re almost identical to Grey Teals save being a little bit darker around the face and slightly more speckled (I find the cheeks are usually the most obvious indicator of both of these). They often hang in and around Greys as well and frustratingly not always with the males.

Anas castanea
AlisonMilton wrote:
7 Apr 2024
@Liam.m Hi Liam, This isn't a chestnut teal. It is a grey teal.
Alison

Anas castanea
AlisonMilton wrote:
25 Mar 2024
I did, thanks. A 16 day Potter Travel bus tour from Canberra, circumnavigating Tas and home. More sightings to come.

Spilopelia chinensis
michaelb wrote:
25 Mar 2024
Hi Allison. I hope you had a nice holiday in Tasmania !

Spilopelia chinensis
donhe wrote:
23 Mar 2024
Ardices or Nyctemeta.

Arctiinae (subfamily)

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