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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