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Birds - Australian Bustard.

Stock Photography By Paul Ross

View images of the Australian Bustard - Ardeotis australis - in its wild habitat. These birds are very shy and an ellusive bird which is not often seen. They are difficult to photograph but I was lucky enough to capture these images at the Townsville Common, Queensland. Some images were taken in South Australia near Tumby Bay on Eyre Peninsula, where surprisingly, I saw a Bustard roaming on a road and a farm paddock. They are not usually seen in this area.

Australian Bustard (male) -
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Australian Bustard (male) -
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Australian Bustard (male) -
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Australian Bustard (male) -
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Australian Bustard (male) -
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Australian Bustard (male) -
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Australian Bustard (male) -
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Australian Bustard (male) -
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Australian Bustard (possibly
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Australian Bustard (possibly
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Australian Bustard (male) -
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Australian Bustard (possibly
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Photo Captions for Birds - Australian Bustard.

Image #1. Australian Bustard (male) - Ardeotis australis Pictured here at the Townsville Common wetlands. A characteristically shy nature. Inhabit mostly remote areas of Australia.

Image #2. Australian Bustard (male) - Ardeotis australis Pictured here at the Townsville Common wetlands. A characteristically shy nature. Inhabit mostly remote areas of Australia.

Image #3. Australian Bustard (male) - Ardeotis australis Pictured here at the Townsville Common wetlands. A characteristically shy nature. Inhabit mostly remote areas of Australia.

Image #4. Australian Bustard (male) - Ardeotis australis Pictured here at the Townsville Common wetlands. A characteristically shy nature. Inhabit mostly remote areas of Australia.

Image #5. Australian Bustard (male) - Ardeotis australis Pictured here at the Townsville Common wetlands. A characteristically shy nature. Inhabit mostly remote areas of Australia.

Image #6. Australian Bustard (male) - Ardeotis australis Pictured here at the Townsville Common wetlands. A characteristically shy nature. Inhabit mostly remote areas of Australia.

Image #7. Australian Bustard (male) - Ardeotis australis Pictured here at the Townsville Common wetlands. A characteristically shy nature. Inhabit mostly remote areas of Australia.

Image #8. Australian Bustard (male) - Ardeotis australis Pictured here at the Townsville Common wetlands. A characteristically shy nature. Inhabit mostly remote areas of Australia.

Image #9. Australian Bustard (possibly immature) - Ardeotis australis Photographed around southern Eyre Peninsula (Tumby Bay), South Australia. They are not known to inhabit this area.

Image #10. Australian Bustard (possibly immature) - Ardeotis australis Photographed around southern Eyre Peninsula (Tumby Bay), South Australia. They are not known to inhabit this area.

Image #11. Australian Bustard (male) - Ardeotis australis Pictured here at the Townsville Common wetlands. A characteristically shy nature. Inhabit mostly remote areas of Australia.

Image #12. Australian Bustard (possibly immature) - Ardeotis australis Photographed around southern Eyre Peninsula (Tumby Bay), South Australia. They are not known to inhabit this area.

 

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