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Created by: Australian Broadcasting Corporation


Started: August 29th, 2019

Status: Active, 49 episodes

Kind: Episodic

Language: English

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08:02 | February 28th, 2022

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Greedy Seagulls
07:23 | February 28th, 2022

After a day at the beach, Ann’s stomach is growling for some tasty fish and chips. As she sits down to eat them though, a flock of white birds starts to get a bit too close for comfort. They’re trying to steal her chips!

Flitting Fairy Wrens
07:37 | February 28th, 2022

Ann’s mowing the lawn after a day in the garden and is about to be rewarded with some pretty superb visitors. Her garden is a haven for local birds, who love to visit after she’s cut the grass for a tasty, buggy snack.

Persistent Pacific Koels
07:02 | February 28th, 2022

Have you ever been woken up in the middle of the night by a haunting bird call? It could be the bird featured in this episode. Ann’s awake at dawn to listen to all the native birds at her friend’s place, but there’s one visitor she wasn’t quite expecting. 

Raucous Rainbow Lorikeets
07:07 | February 28th, 2022

It’s time for an adventure, with Ann at the zoo! Our sound detective is on a mission, using her ears to try and find the elephants. But the hollering chimpanzees and a very loud native parrot are making it harder than it should be. 

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On Episode: Greedy Seagulls

We live by the beach and the seagulls try and pinch our chips too! Once one took an ENTIRE sandwich off my grandma, she’s much more careful now!


Created by: Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Started: August 29th, 2019
Status: Active, 49 episodes
Kind: Episodic
Language: English

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