Bush Stone-curlew Sighting

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Subject: Bush Stone-curlew Sighting
From: Jason Cummings <>
Date: Mon, 27 Nov 2017 23:01:58 +0000

Morning COGers


We had a community member report a sighting of a Bush Stone-curlew at 5:30 am this morning on Horse Park Drive near the Rocks Carpark at Goorooyarroo Nature Reserve. Apparently it was retreating towards the reserve side of the road.


We occasionally get sightings from the public that we follow-up with varying degrees of enthusiasm based on the location and quality of the report.


As you would appreciate the habitat just inside the reserve from the Rocks Carpark is, based on what they use in Mulligans, perfect for them (the dry sclerophyll on the right of the trail as you walk in).


If any COGers with mega-cameras are looking for something to do today, would be a good record to capture, if indeed, it is not a wild goose.


Cheers & Thanks






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