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Bush Stone-curlew - BIRD  Burhinus grallarius,Bush Stone-curlew Click/tap to enlarge PromotedCountry intro

Bush Stone-curlew - BIRD

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  1. Female Curlew sitting on eggs, while the male keeps watch at a safe distance. Posted 6 years ago
  2. Love the huge eyes, promoted to homepage. Posted 6 years ago
  3. great work tells a story at a glance...have seen them wandering around the central queensland gemfields but never one on the nest....very cool and they make a spooky noise late at night too! Posted 6 years ago

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The bush stone-curlew or bush thick-knee is a large , ground-dwelling bird endemic to Australia. Although it looks rather like a wader and is related to the oystercatchers, avocets and plovers, it is a terrestrial predator filling an ecological niche similar to that of the roadrunners of North America.

Similar species: Waders, Gulls, Auks, Etc.
Species identified by Claire Hamilton
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Uploaded Mar 6, 2014. Captured Sep 27, 2012 11:40.
  • Canon EOS 7D
  • f/5.0
  • 1/256s
  • ISO800
  • 190mm