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Spreading our wings

May 6, 2014
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This blog is supposed to be about wildlife in the Flowerdale-Strath Creek area, or at least the Upper Goulburn catchment, and indeed most of the posts are. But occasionally we receive amazing pictures from further afield and can’t resist sharing them with our followers. In this case, Bronnie and Gavin, well-known Strath Creek residents, sent us photos from Peru of a few of the spectacular birds they have come across on their South American travels.

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With over 1,800 species of birds, Peru is a paradise for bird watchers. This total includes 21 species of toucans and an incredible 135 species of hummingbirds!
Thanks to Bronnie and Gavin for the pictures and we wish them well on the rest of their trip.

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