Black Currawong

Strepera fuliginosa

Summary

Commonly called the Black jay it is endemic to Tasmania and the nearby islands within the Bass Strait.


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Habitat

The Black Currawong occurs in a range of habitats in Tasmania, including mountain and lowland forests, coastal heath, grazing lands and suburban areas

Distribution

Tasmania including the islands in the Bass Strait

Size

50 cm long with an 80 cm wingspan

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