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Narawntapu National Park

Narawntapu National Park

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Narawntapu National Park

Glacier National Park Geography

The name was changed to Narawntapu in because of concerns that the word ‘ Asbestos ‘ was deterring potential visitors. The prevailing winds are from the north-east and north-west. Vegetation communities represented in the park include coastal heathlanddry sclerophyll woodlandherbland, grassland and salt marsh. The rare Pygmy Clubmoss Narawntapu National Park been recorded from the park.

A feature of the park is the high density of marsupials present. In addition to kangaroos, wallabies and pademelons, one can find also common wombats and Tasmanian devils.

The birdlife is rich and includes threatened Narawntapu National Park such as the hooded ploverTasmanian wedge-tailed eagle and swift parrot. The intertidal mudflats in the North East Arm area of the park are an important foraging area for migratory waders[1] and form part of the Rubicon Estuary Important Bird Areaidentified as such by BirdLife International bercause of their importance for pied oystercatchers.

At certain times of the year, several species of ducks, as well as heronsswanscormorantscootsbitterns and grebes call the lagoon home.

The disease started spreading in and made the scientists at the park use a drench technique at burrow entrances to treat the animals.

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