The Kangaroo Island Dwarf Emu, a species of the past Kangaroo Island once had it’s own native emu Dromaius baudinianus, a very similar species was also found in some parts of Tasmania. Discovered by Matthew Flinders in 1802, the emu was much smaller than those found on the Australian mainland and they were very prevalent…

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The Australian Magpie is black and white, but the plumage pattern varies across its range. Its nape, upper tail and shoulder are white in males, grey in females and the remainder of the body is black. They mate for life and the couples join larger flocks to protect their territory. They are a popular sight…

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Emu Ridge Eucalyptus Kangaroo Island #3 Since 1991 www.emuridge.com.au Sept 2015 Hi from Emu Ridge and beautiful Kangaroo Island. Spring is here and the weather is warming up for us thanks goodness, the beautiful wildflowers are starting to bloom and the birds are singing. We hope you enjoy our third Emu Ridge newsletter. Warm regards…

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A Gorgeous Grandson for Bev and Larry! Bev and Larry are very excited grandparents, we would like to congratulate Will and Tiffany from Bop till you Drop SA on the safe arrival of their gorgeous new little boy John! Baby John is the 4th beautiful grandchild for Bev and Larry and here’s a picture of the…

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