Bush-stone Curlew
Endangered Animal

The Bush-stone Curlew is a large ground dwelling, nocturnal bird.

It is believed there are only 1000 breeding pairs of Brush stone-Curlew in NSW.

They feed on seeds, fruits, plant material, insects and invertebrates as well as small reptiles and frogs.

They have a whistling and wailing “wer-loo wer-loo’ call.