Bush stone curlew

To: Kirri Hardy <>
Subject: Bush stone curlew
From: Laurie Knight <>
Date: Sun, 22 Apr 2018 21:56:20 +1000
G’day Kirri

Bush Thickknees are very adaptable to urban environments. They live in parks 
adjacent to the CBD in Brisbane and run around the lit up sections of the 
Cairns esplanade at night.

Regards, Laurie.

> On 22 Apr 2018, at 7:49 pm, Kirri Hardy via Birding-Aus 
> <> wrote:
> Hi all
> Was rather surprised to see a Bush stone curlew standing in the open in a 
> mini garden section of Tweed City shopping centre today at the main entrance 
> of Tweed City near the round about on the left as you start to head under the 
> building to park...
> Couldn't see a second one's VERY busy there with traffic driving 
> right beside them and anyways...
> Not sure if it should be relocated by Wildlife people in the Tweed Heads area 
> or not...very random as I've personally never seen one at that location in 
> all my days
> Just thought I'd let people know
> Kirri 😊
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