RFI: Flocks of Young Brolgas in western NSW

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Subject: RFI: Flocks of Young Brolgas in western NSW
From: Tim Hosking <>
Date: Fri, 8 Apr 2011 08:16:21 +1000
Hi All,

We have had a request from Western Plains Zoo to help find them a suitable 
place to release a young brolga that was brought in to them during the floods 
from somewhere up on the Culgoa.

We have been advised that his best chance of a successful release is to find a 
flock of young birds. Release with a pair or trio of adults is not ideal.

If anyone comes across a flock of young brolgas in their travels in western, 
north-western or central-northern NSW over the next few weeks or have seen 
brolgas in NSW in numbers recently please let me know. Please ask anyone you 
think might be able to help and feel free to forward this email.

Cheers Tim Hosking

Tim Hosking | Wetlands Conservation Officer | Office of Environment and 
Heritage | Department of Premier and Cabinet |
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