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Tasmanian Raptor Refuge Postcards

Tasmanian Raptor Refuge Postcards

Sunday March 2, 2014

I have just developed a range of Tasmanian Raptor Refuge postcards which are now available. Over the past few years I have photographed many rare and endangered raptors as they are being rehabilitated at the Raptor & Wildlife Refuge of Tasmania Inc. My photographs are used primarily in the Refuge’s annual calendar which is a huge source of fundraising for this vital conservation work. These new postcards can be purchased directly from the Raptor Refuge (contact them here) or through my own website.

Tasmanian Raptor Refuge Postcards-2073

Tasmanian Raptor Refuge Postcards-Wedge Tailed Eagle (2073)

Raptor Refuge Tasmania Postcards: Boobook Owl (2899)

Raptor Refuge Tasmania Postcards: Boobook Owl (2899)

Tasmanian Raptor Refuge Postcards Goshawks

Tasmanian Raptor Refuge Postcards Goshawks (5454)

Raptor Refuge Tasmania Postcards White Bellied Sea Eagle (2038)

Raptor Refuge Tasmania Postcards White Bellied Sea Eagle (2038)

Tasmanian Raptor Refuge Postcards: Wedge Tailed Eagle (2100)

Tasmanian Raptor Refuge Postcards: Wedge Tailed Eagle (2100)

Raptor Refuge Tasmania Postcards: Masked Owl (9814)

Raptor Refuge Tasmania Postcards: Masked Owl (9814)

Tasmanian Raptor Refuge Postcards: Hobby (2486)

Tasmanian Raptor Refuge Postcards: Hobby (2486)

Raptor Refuge Tasmania Postcards: Brown Goshawk (5502)

Raptor Refuge Tasmania Postcards: Brown Goshawk (5502)

Tasmanian Raptor Refuge Postcards: Wedge Tailed Eagle (2107)

Tasmanian Raptor Refuge Postcards: Wedge Tailed Eagle (2107)

Tasmanian Raptor Refuge Postcards: Masked Owl (1862)

Tasmanian Raptor Refuge Postcards: Masked Owl (1862)

The Raptor Refuge is a working refuge not a zoo or wildlife park. It is therefore not open to the general public. Group visits to their education centre are only possible by prior arrangement with the Refuge directly.

Mission statement from the Refuge’s Website: “The Raptor and Wildlife Refuge of Tasmania Incorporated is committed to securing the future of Tasmania’s raptors by reducing human impacts through rehabilitating injured, sick or orphaned raptors, educating the public and supporting habitat conservation.”

 

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