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Possibly not crime of the year. But one can dream of chaining someone to Bald Rock. And having an eagle eat his liver. Just the once, mind. For eternity might be overdoing it.
Monday, June 4, 2018
Birds swooped down in recent early morning chills to follow up the snorting good work by about six sturdy pigs, five of which logged off at 7.15am today.
Not interested in tubers but enjoying fringe benefits, Yellow-billed Spoonbills, two photobombed by Masked Lapwing.
White-necked Herons another bird turning up to snap up anything showing life on the mud.
Nearby, solitary Red-kneed Dotterel joined scores of sedentary Black-fronted Dotterels on an area abandoned by the tuber brigades.
So, too many Spotted Whistling Ducks lately? No, wait, this isn't yet another one on the new borrow pits in the Townsville Town Common...
White-faced Heron stands up and begs picture be taken at Tyto. The birds can develop some trust in people, but I've never found any aro...
What does a peer and grin (of sorts) add up to? Peregrine Falcon, naturally. This juvenile made an infrequent species appearance in Towns...
Time for bit of catch-up from the Town Common Cons. Pk, Townsville. First with young Rose-crowned Fruit-Dove, spotted yesterday in a fig t...