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On guided walking tours organized by Tasmanian Walking Company in partnership with the Royal Tasmanian Botanical Gardens, visitors map tree locations, collect seeds and learn about Tasmania’s alpine flora.Post-fire Australia will provide travelers with more opportunities for ‘restorative tourism’|Elizabeth Heath|March 18, 2021|Washington Post
The survey was open when the highest level restrictions were in place across Tasmania, where the Australian arm of the study was based.
In total, 49 children from Tasmania took part in the survey and 390 children internationally.
The photographer, Neil Waters, is the president of Tasmania’s Thylacine Awareness Group, which searches for evidence of the creature.Identifying animals in photos is trickier than you might think|Philip Kiefer|March 2, 2021|Popular-Science
Bonorong Wildlife Sanctuary runs Tasmania’s largest wildlife rescue service.A virtual menagerie: How conservation and rescue efforts can connect us with wildlife around the world|Andrea Sachs|January 15, 2021|Washington Post
Our innermost thoughts offered up to old friends from high school are there to be seen by some voyeuristic devil in Tasmania.
Crown Princess Mary of Denmark is Australian, born in Hobart, Tasmania of academic parents who were themselves born in Scotland.
To Tasmania we were able to devote a few days, taking evidence and enjoying its wonderful beauty.
From the fortunes of that colony, the history of Tasmania is inseparable.
The British were very particular whom they permitted to leave Tasmania, and whom they allowed to go there.My Life in Many States and in Foreign Lands|George Francis Train
I am sure mistresses dont go on in that silly way in Tasmania, for mothery said she loved school.
Evelyn wondered if she might venture; but she had once seen, long ago in Tasmania, a black woman try to escape.