Bush Stone-curlew Attacking Window

Subject: Bush Stone-curlew Attacking Window
From: "David Parker" <>
Date: Wed, 27 Sep 2000 08:59:37 EST

John and all,

It is good to hear of this report of the Koondrook Curlews. Last year Peter Disher (Barham birdo) introduced me to the pair. They were in a rather small paddock amongst a line of River Red Gum, keeping at best out of sight, and keeping well away from the cows who were also in the paddock. Recently I was in Barham/Koondrook running a school holiday program and thought I would have a look for them again, but had no luck. I tried a few different days but nothing. Obviously I missed the most logical place to look, the local panel beaters.


David Parker
Wildlife Extension Officer
Greening Australia - Deniliquin
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