Are They Becoming Extinct?

COUNTING OUR BIRDS, our first Wings on King project. The King Island Green Rosella and the King Island Black Currawong may be becoming extinct. They are both subspecies of Tasmanian native species that live only on King Island. They exist nowhere else in the world.

Please help us Count these Birds more info and reply forms either here or at :http://www.kingislandnaturalresources.org/current-projects

Contact Ondrea: naturalresources@kingisland.net.au or

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Accomodation Specials for Wings on King Registered Participants

NB: To guarantee discounts, you need to provide the name of your Wings on King Assistant or proof of registration. 

King Island Breaks - kingislandbreaks@gmail.com offer a 15% discount for registered Wings on King participants

Island Breeze Motel - http://www.islandbreezemotel.com.au/ offer a10% discount for registered  Wings on King participants

Porky Beach Retreat - https://kingislandescapes.com.au offer a 10% discount for registered Wings on King participants

Ettrick Rocks - https://www.ettrickrocks.com.au offer 10% discount for registered Wings on King participants provided the booking is made on line.

Camping - is available in the grounds of the Reekara School. No showers but toilets and cooking facilities are available.  Bookings phone Linda to book in: 0488 566 448 Cost: $5 per person per night. Bring own camping gear.