Coles Bay emu (TAS)

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Subject: Coles Bay emu (TAS)
Date: Wed, 31 Mar 2010 19:17:34 +1100

I was talking to two young European tourists on the Freycinet Peninsula
last week when one mentioned that she had seen an 'emoo' on the Coles Bay
Road and showed me a photograph of it.

We drove along Coles Bay Road later that day and, sure enough, there was a
lone emu wandering through the farmland on the east side of the road.  I
assume this bird is an escapee or retiree from the emu farm near Swansea.

There was also a flock of very free ranging Wild Turkeys foraging along the
road reserve in the same area.


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