Brolgas sighting Northern NSW

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Subject: Brolgas sighting Northern NSW
From: jade welch <>
Date: Sun, 27 Jan 2008 21:17:34 +1000
Evening all,

Today whilst travelling with my sister to see friends in Northern New South 
Wales I scored myself a lifer. Just south of Old Post Office Rd in Ulmara 
between Balina and Grafton I counted a total of 20 birds feeding in a padock. 
It was quite an exciting time for me and a little amusing for my sister who 
still thinks i'm a freak and does not understand why i like them. Is this a 
rare occurence or are large numbers of Brolga often seen in that area or 
Northern New South Wales?
 Yours SincerelyMr Jade Welch
Gold Coast,
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