I've received a few private responses. It seems that the Bribie birds hung
on for a while, but no recent sightings. Who knows, they may still be
there? There are more recent records from Cooloola, Durakai, Inglewood and
Jandowae, all in easy striking distance from Brisbane, so it seems they're
not as difficult in SEQ as I thought!
On Thu, Feb 25, 2010 at 3:31 PM, Syd Curtis <> wrote:
> A somewhat more recent book by the QLD Museum is "Wildlife of Greater
> Brisbane", my copy published in 1995. No mention of Emus. Doesn't sound
> very hopeful.
> > From: Chris Sanderson <>
> > Date: Thu, 25 Feb 2010 13:49:02 +1000
> > To: "Birding-Aus (Forum)" <>
> > Subject: [Birding-Aus] Emus in south-east QLD
> > Hi all,
> > I've been reading a book published in 1968 by the QLD Museum called Birds
> > Brisbane and Envrions by Donald P Vernon. It basically details a list of
> > species found in the region and has notes on range and identification.
> > Among many interesting things in the book, it lists Emus as being on
> > Island. I was wondering if anyone knows whether those Emus were there
> > naturally, and if they are still there? Also, is anyone aware of places
> > that people can go to see Emu within a daytrip's distance from Brisbane?
> > Regards,
> > Chris
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