Bruny Island Takes Flight

Bruny Island is not just known for it’s beaches & stunning bushland but it is also a popular spot for bird watchers & photographers.

Photography is a popular pastime for some of our local bird watchers.

Above is a native yellow-tailed black-cockatoo.

An eagle soaring above Bruny Island.

A flock of seagulls above & in the frame below a classic tasmanian sky as photographed on Bruny Island.

A native Australian Kookaburra.

Above is a picture by a local photographer Warwick Berry. This albatross is fishing for its dinner whilst in our picture below some local Bruny Islanders are fishing for their dinner, maybe they will catch some Tasmanian Salmon or some fresh squid.

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