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    Bush Stone Curlews, in my Dads vege garden...

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    Cheers, Brad.

  • #2
    They are funny looking fellows! (They probably think I am too)!!
    It's the little things!

    Cheers, Greg C.

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    • Ironwood
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      Oddballs for sure, very cautious oddballs

  • #3
    never seen pix of baby stone curlews. thanks for showing these
    Stephen Davey. Nikon Shooter

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    • #4
      Originally posted by avkomp View Post
      never seen pix of baby stone curlews. thanks for showing these
      First young'uns I have seen too Stephen. My Mum said they have grown very quickly, she saw them a few days before this sighting and said they were much smaller.
      Cheers, Brad.

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      • #5
        You obviously have a good garden that attracts the wildlife. #4 for me - it's obviously spotted you with that "thing" in your hand, making clicking noises.
        IShootACanon

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        • #6
          Whoa... that's amazing to have these in the backyard.
          They seem so vulnerable.
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          Haven't been there, not done that.
          Jo

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          • #7
            Originally posted by Isac View Post
            You obviously have a good garden that attracts the wildlife. #4 for me - it's obviously spotted you with that "thing" in your hand, making clicking noises.
            Isac, its my Parents garden, I was just paying them a visit. They were very aware that I was there, I had to get quite close as I only had 150mm to play with.

            Originally posted by Phoenix View Post
            Whoa... that's amazing to have these in the backyard.
            They seem so vulnerable.
            They are an amazing bird Jo, its great to see them like this.
            Mum and Dad have a lot of birdlife in their garden, they do a lot to attract the birds..
            Cheers, Brad.

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            • #8
              That is so cute!

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