Brush Stone Curlews

Featherdale Keepers have worked with the Nature Conservation Working Group of the Murray Catchment Area to release endangered Bush Stone Curlews back into the wild.  These shy, ground-dwelling birds rely on camouflage to remain hidden by day, and feed at night.  Their numbers have been adversely affected due to predation from feral species and land clearing.

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