WHAT THEY EAT
Emus feed on a variety of seeds, grasses, flowers, nuts, insects and even animal droppings. They will occasionally swallow small stones to aid in digestion. They can travel up to 25km a day in search of food and water.
Breeding season is from April to November involving a 5-month partnership between the male and female. This includes courtship, nest building and egg laying. Females lay between 6-11 eggs; the male then incubates them and is the sole carer until they reach 2 years of age