Jabiru - Ross Originals Cross Stitch Chart
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The Jabiru is one of Australia's most famous birds and may be seen on stretches of fresh water or salt-water creeks and mudflats. Although distributed widely across Northern Australia, it is particularly famous in Kakadu National Park where a mining township has been named after it.
It stalks gracefully through the shallows, chasing its prey, and will dash forwards with long strides, wings half flapping, stabbing repeatedly at a fish or frog until it is captured. It breeds during the wet season, usually from about May to October.
|Design Size:||129 stitches high, 107stitches wide|
|Fabric Size:||Working on 10 count: No less than 19" x 17"||(48 cm x 43 cm)|
|Working on 14 count: No less than 16" x 14"||(41 cm x 36 cm)|
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