Re: birding-aus Tame Bush Stone-curlew

Subject: Re: birding-aus Tame Bush Stone-curlew
From: Katherine & Annette Cooke <>
Date: Thu, 13 May 1999 17:42:30 +1000
A number of Bush Stone-curlews live in a park in the heart of Cleveland Qld.
They have been there for a number of years I believe, breeding there as well.
They can usually be found in the mulch around trees and shrubs, and I suspect
that the general public walks past them day after day and never sees them.

Annette Cooke


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