Birds of a fire

 

The Gouldain Finch wasn’t the only notorious bird about lately, there was a brown falcon or fire bird. It watched the crew all day and when they knocked off, jumped down picked up a coal, flew the other side of the creek/fire break and dumped on the old secure grass. Alas the team was back on it putting the fire out. This bird has been seen at the last few fires and we are thinking about away of managing it. Another welcome bird about the fires are the turkeys (bustards). As the fire cools off they come in for an easy BBQ feed. But as the grass is clear and they are large they themselves become an easy BBQ feed.

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