Well I'm sure Syd Curtis greatly enjoyed the Alberts performance.
Perhaps the sequel will feature some Sooty Owls and Rufous
As a bushwalker, I also enjoyed recognising some of my favourite areas.
On 01/11/2009, at 8:35 PM, inger vandyke wrote:
Thanks Laurie, I will pass on your note to four of the people I know
that worked on that doco :-) including two of the producers :-)
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> Date: Sun, 1 Nov 2009 20:32:08 +1000
> Subject: [Birding-Aus] Rainforest: The Secret of Life
> I was very impressed with the wildlife footage in this program,
> screened this evening on the ABC -
> It included most of the species present in the rainforests of SEQ's
> Scenic Rim, including Alberts Lyrebird, Noisy Pitta, Satin and
> Bowerbirds, Logrunners, Ground Thrush, Riflebirds, Catbirds,
> Whipbirds, Eastern Yellow Robins, and the Fantails etc. It included
> impressive footage of an Alberts performing on his platform and of a
> family of Noisy Pittas at their nest. The footage of the snakes was
> also impressive.
> Regards, Laurie.
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