Fledgling kookaburra 'reunited' with its parents
A fledgling kookaburra has been reunited with its parents thanks to members of the Pearl Beach community and volunteers from the Wildlife ARC society.
According to a report issued by Wildlife ARC to the Pearl Beach Progress Association, the fledgling attempted its first leap from its nest in Pearl Beach, but failed to take flight.
Luckily the young bird was found by a community member who notified Wildlife ARC.
According to the report, the kookaburra had fallen three stories to the ground, but upon inspection was found to be in good health.
Widlife ARC then called upon local business, Kookaburra Tree Services, to assist in returning the fledgling to its nest.
After a steep climb, the fledgling was safely returned to its nest and the care of its parents.
Social media, 17 Jan 2018
Lynne Lillico, Pearl Beach Progress Association
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