Peter Kyne <>
Sun, 09 Jul 2006 10:55:23 +1000
Had the pleasure of watching the movie Ten Canoes last night. A brilliant
film that I would recommend to all.
Now to tie this posting into the topic of birds - throughout nearly the
entire movie, which was filmed on location in Arnhem Land, you can hear
birds calling. In fact, they seemingly form a large part of the backdrop of
My knowledge of bird calls is still well below average, particularly those
from outside SE Queensland, but if one did have the knowledge it would be
an interesting (albeit somewhat nerdy!) exercise to put together a film
Didn't notice any Grey-headed Lapwings though, so we can conclude that it
likely did not migrate through Arnhem Land on its way to Burren Junction!!
(sorry, couldn't help mentioning the bird of the moment).
Regards, Pete Kyne, Brisbane
Peter M. Kyne
Department of Anatomy and Developmental Biology
University of Queensland
St Lucia 4072 QLD
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