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Bush Stone-Curlew

Burhinus grallarius


The bush stone-curlew is a large, ground dwelling bird found throughout Australia. It is mostly gray with long legs, large yellow eyes, and a short bill. They are nocturnal and feed on insects, mollusks, seeds, lizards, and occasionally small mammals.


The bush stone-curlew has a large habitat range and can be found in open areas, woodlands, rainforests, grassy plains, inland water areas.

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Stephanie R.
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Stephanie R.

Portsmith, Queensland, Australia

Spotted on Mar 15, 2016
Submitted on Mar 15, 2016

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