KAGU AND KIWI QUEST 2016

By Steve Edwards - Published on Jan. 12, 2021
After spending a week with friends in Queensland, Steve and Jackie flew to New Caledonia where, with a guide, they visited National Parks which were home to the unusual flightless bird, the Kagu. From there they continued to New Zealand where, with help from locals, they saw four of the five species of Kiwi as well as a number of endemic native birds, on offshore islands. Back in Australia, after another week with their friends, they visited Tasmania and saw all of the twelve species of birds endemic to the island as well as Tasmanian Devils, Quolls, Echidnas, Platypus and Wombats.
21x29.7 cm / 8.3x11.7 in
Paperback
86 pages
$ 42.35

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