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any of several tropical American birds of the genus Procnias having a bell-like call

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The Rockface mineralisation is on a separate mineralised trend that has been traced for over one kilometre and is delineated by a ferruginous schist with malachite occurrences that is parallel but north east of Bellbird mineralised trend where there is already a substantial resource established.
It takes 500 years for native trees like New Zealand's rata, rimu and totara to get established, but in the first 10 years, birds such as little spotted kiwi (the national bird), brown teal, bellbird, native robin, scaup, weka and pigeon, as well as reptiles like the rare tuatara lizard, have been reintroduced.
It was a simple, ancient tale of good and bad - or more specifically two bellbird brothers and a blue-tongued lizard man called Lungkata.
If we pull the heart of the flax out where will the bellbird go?
10 - 1, COQUELLES (B Fenton) 7-1; 2, Bellbird 13-2; 3, Exterior Profiles 10-1.
Four species of birds (Emerald Toucanet, Aulacorhynchus prasinus; Resplendent Quetzal, Pharomachrus mocinno; Three-wattled Bellbird, Procnias tricarunculata; and Mountain Robin, Turdus plebejus) dispersed the seeds by regurgitation, and one species (Black Guan, Chamaepetes unicolor), by defecation.
Resource distribution, aggressive asymmetries and variable access to resources in the nectar feeding bellbird.
The chime of currawong and bellbird, as if in exultation.
As well as the walks, we enjoyed an evening slide show explaining the history of Binna Burra, and indulged in a bush breakfast in Bellbird Clearing followed by a swift skim over the grassy slope on a flying fox.
An occasional robin, a sudden whirring of wings, the clear, melodic call of the bellbird.
These forests are also home to more than 19 natural plant communities and rare birds such as the king vulture, the bare-throated bellbird and the large macaw.
Construction will commence on the remaining four schools being delivered at Redbank Plains, Springfield, Caboolture North East and Bellbird Park later in 2015.
The announcement follows recent updates on a new high grade copper zone to the west of the Marshall Deposit, high grade copper results 6km south at the Bellbird Deposit as well as the discovery of a previously unknown copper-gold zone (Chubko Prospect) to the south-east.
As Neil Rattigan noted, 'The new Australian cinema practically began with a country town film, Ted Kotcheff's Wake in Fright' (3) and it was in production at about the same time as Country Town, based on the long-running TV serial Bellbird, which had been running since 1967.
Golden Thunderbolt took advantage when the leader, Bellbird, broke down after two out in the handicap hurdle.