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The secret life of the Bush-Stone Curlew

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March 17, 2017

The Bush Stone-curlew. Photographer Chris Tzaros

Ever woken up to the eerie cry of the Bush stone-curlew at night, or have you heard family stories of the Bush thick-knee and its haunting call?
Learn about one of the most elusive local birds, the endangered Bush Stone-curlew and the open woodland environment that it relies upon from renowned ecologist and photographer Chris Tzaros, who will be presenting on this and other bird surveys underway in the area at a barbecue dinner at 6 pm on Wednesday, March 15 at the Guide Hall in Corowa.
RSVP for this FREE event by phoning Judy or Joanne on 6033 1137 or email: [email protected]
This project is brought to you by Corowa District Landcare Inc, through funding from Murray Local Land Services and the Australian Government’s National Landcare Programme


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