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Birds of the Wet Tropics World Heritage Area

Listed under Birdwatching in Townsville, Australia.

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A series of national parks and protected areas that stretch from Townsville to Cooktown are home to some of the most range-restricted and most beautiful of Australia's birdlife. Rich tropical forests protect Southern Cassowary, Chowchilla, Victoria's Riflebird and a host of honeyeaters, plus many uncommon and rare Possums and Tree Kangaroos.

Written by  Simon Thompson.

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