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- Brolga - Husbandry and Handraising
- Captive Diet. Ellis et al. (1996) documents that Brolgas consume roughly 4% of their body weight per day.
- dewlap (piece of skin) hanging underneath their chin. Brolgas have very long legs, which are grey to black. Diet.
- Brolga stands up to 140 cm tall. Females are slightly smaller than the males. Diet.
- Brolga (Grus rubicunda) Husbandry Guidelines – 2008.
- Their Brolga Diets are in the Appendices: • Auckland Zoo — Hand-rearing and Adult Diets. • Cairns Tropical Zoo – adult and juvenile diet.
- Feral pigs in Queensland
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- Brolga - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
- Diet. Brolga are omnivorous and eat a variety of wetland plants, insects, invertebrates, and amphibians.
- Diet At times when their habitat dries out, the birds fly very far to find food. Brolgas eat grass, roots, insects, frogs and small reptiles.
- Australia Zoo - Our Animals - Birds - Storks And Cranes - Brolga
- Diet. Brolgas feed on tubers of sedges, which they dig up from underground with their bills. They also take grain, mollusks and insects.
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