Brolga – Species Spotlight

Grus Rubicunda

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Sometimes referred to as the Australian crane, the brolga is a large Australian bird, typically over a meter in height, that can also be found in New Guinea. It is mostly a pale grey colour, with a red ‘cap’ on its head and down its face.

Brolgas are omnivores and they are diurnal (awake during the day). They are also well known for their dances during courtship.

The brolga is not considered to be a threatened species

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