Curlew Sighting, Kanyapella Reserve, Victoria.

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Subject: Curlew Sighting, Kanyapella Reserve, Victoria.
From: Keith Stockwell <>
Date: Sun, 22 Apr 2007 13:08:20 +1000
Good afternoon all,

Sometimes you can look for a bird in a particular area for years without
success. And then...

For about 17 years, an Echuca district birder, Dallas, has been a frequent
visitor to Kanyapella Forest Reserve (northern Victoria) which is near his
dairy farm. For 17 years, he's kept an eye out for Bush Stone Curlews
without success knowing that an adjoining farmer has often claimed to have
some on his leasehold.

This morning, 22nd April, an excited Dallas rang to report that he and his
wife Jude had, during their regular morning walk, just observed four adult
Bush Stone Curlews in a Black Box section of the forest.

200 metres away was a fox.

Keith stockwell


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