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Home Birds Other - magpie or larger Burhinus grallarius

Burhinus grallarius

Bush Stone-curlew

Declared Endangered in NSW. The Bush Stone-curlew is found throughout Australia except for the central southern coast and inland, the far south-east corner, and Tasmania. Its call is a loud eerie wailing "wee-loo", mostly heard at night.

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  • Burhinus grallarius Scientific name
  • Bush Stone-curlew Common name
  • Not Sensitive
  • Very Rare / Threatened
  • Non-Invasive
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