Bush Stone-curlews return to ACT

Neville and Jan Lubke, and the Nature Conservation Working Group are proud to be part of the release of Bush  Stone-curlews back into the ACT after they went extinct there 40 years ago.

The team at Mulligan’s Flat Woodland Sanctuary have done a great job pulling the program together, and we hope the curlews like their new home.

Apparently some of the released birds are also checking out surrounding suburbs, so if you see a Bush Stone-curlew in the ACT please visit curlews.org to see what to do and who to contact.

The release was featured on a 7.30 ACT report which you can watch here.

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