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Thread: Article: Brolga (Grus rubicundus)

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    Default Article: Brolga (Grus rubicundus)


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    Interesting article Dale, never heard them called 'Native Companion' before, it has quite a nice sound to it. The two birds captured together is a delightful image!

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    Great work Dale, thanks for contributing with this interesting article

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    Excellent read and great images Dale. I agree with Rich that image of the pair is a cracker.

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    Thanks guys, I thoroughly enjoyed writing the article and would gladly put my hand up to do another; a great way to learn more about a particular bird

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    Excellent article. The placement of the third image is a little clumsy though, looks weird with that text all squished in between the two images!

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    Loved the article and the images...i was once camping in Boulia at the little caravan park and had an immature and adult walk right up to my face...obviously very tame and expecting some food...was strange to be eyeball to eyeball with that long beak ....

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