Bush-Stoned Curlew

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The bush stone-curlew has a broad habitat preference, but is rarely seen at rainforest or arid desert and in urbanised or agricultural regions. The species can be found in open forest, eucalyptus woodland, rainforest edges, grassy plains, arid scrubland and along inland watercourses.

They are not a migratory species, although weather conditions may cause them to relocate to another site in a local area. It is a common species near the cities of Brisbane, Cairns and Townsville of Australia northeast, but is not found around urban areas in the south of its range. It can be found throughout Australia apart from the West Australian coast and Tasmania.

It is still abundant in the tropical and sub-tropical north, but has become very rare in the less fertile south where it was once common.

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