Sunday, 13 June 2010

Jabiru, Cape Leveque

One of the more enduring bird encounters marked the last day of our extraordinary journey. I'd had two very brief sightings of Jabiru (Black-knecked Stork) previously but this young bird was the most pleasing. For a species with a seemingly unsure future it was great to see this young bird in such rich 'country'.


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