Emus swim Murray River at Barmah

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Subject: Emus swim Murray River at Barmah
From: Keith Stockwell <>
Date: Fri, 23 Feb 2007 20:49:54 +1100
Hi all,

Last Sunday, 18th February, a skipper of the MV Kingfisher (John), and his
passengers, observed an emu swimming across The Narrows ('Barmah Choke') of
the Murray River in the Barmah-Millewa Forest.

A few months ago, the boat's owner/skipper (Benita), observed a male emu
and several chicks swim across The Narrows.

There are many emus in the forest.

Keith Stockwell,
Moama (southern Riverina NSW)


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