Another successful release

The Nature Conservation Working Group has carried out another successful release of 10  bush stone-curlews near Moulamein. The birds were released in early September – the fifth release of bush stone-curlews at Moulamein. Since the release curlews have been seen regularly in and around the release area, including a group of birds that appear to have taken up residence near the breeding aviaries on the property.

Over the last 12 months we have received increasing numbers of reports of bush stone-curlew sightings in the surrounding area and on neighbouring properties. This is a good sign that the curlews are moving out from the release area and we hope are establishing territories to breed!

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