Beginner Birdwatching Video
Cost to watch video = AU $5
What you recieve: After you pay through the secure link, you will recieve an email with a link to a private 40 minute YouTube video which you can watch any time at your leisure. The link will never expire.
Bonus voucher: As a thank you, we also will send you a free $10 Inala voucher which you can use when you book any tour or any accommodation stay with Inala. The voucher has a two year expiry and you can gift it to friends and family.
How to recieve the video: Click the video link below and you will be taken to a secure credit card link.
Birdwatching is a great activity that everyone can enjoy! Recently a huge number of people have flocked to birdwatching. The best way to find your wings is with an expert guide.
Many people are navigating their way through the maze that is birdwatching optics and scratching their heads about learning to ID birds. Join Inala guides Cat Young and Cat Davidson for a 40 min video beginners guide to birdwatching.
This video will get you started with this fabulous activity and afterwards you may like to book a beginner birdwatchers tour at the Inala property with an specialist birding guide.
- Who can do birding?
- Birding optical equipment
- Binocular technique
- Best Birding Behaviour
- What field guide should I use?
- Which Apps should I use?
- Tricks of the trade!
- Birding terminology
- Recording your bird sightings
- Birding ethics and etiquette
Beginner Birdwatching Tour
Cost: (Contact us for a price list for all our short tours)
( remember you get a $10 voucher if you purchase the beginner birdwatchering video )
One of our specialist guides will take you on a three hour walking tour of the Inala property, giving you many excellent beginner tips and tricks while pointing out key bird ID features and helping you identify calls of the birds you see.
The Inala Private Conservation Reserve, a 1,500 acre Land for Wildlife property which is home to a variety of threatened species and all 12 Tasmanian endemic birds. Observe at close range the Endangered Tasmanian endemic Forty-spotted Pardalote from the purpose-built canopy platform within one of its largest known colonies. View raptors such as the Tasmanian subspecies of the Wedge-tailed Eagle and the white morph of the Grey Goshawk from the raptor hide. Endemics including the Tasmanian Thornbill, Tasmanian Scrubwren, Dusky Robin, Green Rosella, and all four endemic honeyeaters are also commonly seen here. There is also a good chance of spotting Swift Parrots which breed on the property between September and January, as well as Flame, Scarlet and Pink Robins, and Beautiful Firetails.
Learn of the ecosystem in which these birds live, and conservation efforts to protect these species and their habitats.
We do not run tours at set times, they will be personalised to your wishes. E-mail us to book a tour.
Please be aware that the Inala property can only be visited via a tour, or by guests staying in Inala's accommodation.
( The only public access areas are Jurassic Garden and Nature Museum $10 Adult, $5 Child )