WELCOME BACK CASSOWARY DAD, and hi to CHICK AND BUNDA

 

Welcome back to Cassowary Dad, his new chick and as well, a young adult, Bunda (pictured), all spotted in the Black Mountain Road Region.

Concerns were held for our very senior Dad who seemed to go missing for a couple of months. Please do take care on the roads, cassowaries and other local beasts are not at all road wise, and please let us know if you spot one, the location, description, date, time and any interesting circumstances. Photos very much appreciated. ‘Bunda’ means ‘mountain’ in the language of the Djabugay people, the originial inhabitants of this area.

We wish all CASSOWARIES AND CONSERVATIONISTS everywhere VERY BEST WISHES FOR 2016!

Junior,2 24.11.2015

Junior sighted late 24 Nov 2015 Black Mountain Road Area

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One Response to “WELCOME BACK CASSOWARY DAD, and hi to CHICK AND BUNDA”

  1. Ann maree Sloan ColemanFebruary 22, 2017 at 8:40 am #

    Thank you for being there,
    Dear Kuranda Conservation thank you for caring and watching over our special environment, seeing Bunda : rra this morning again, on the KRR and his baby as well bunda : rra, is the amazing gift of our ngama is mother earth nature, and a message to all conservation humans being. No worries cassowary! is Bunda : rra
    All the best for the environment and our humanity, thank you.

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