We’re meeting up with the other native animals now. Here it goes!
( After the meeting at 12:30pm ) The meeting went well, the Kookaburra Army will be carrying buckets of poison carrots, and the Wallaby & Kangaroo’s Justice Leader and I will be meeting tonight to plan more. I have the top branch and a small firebug in a jar for light, which I will be sleeping in tonight.
The next day ( The present time )
I just woke up, and I’m ready to fight the rabbits! The battlefield is full of our poison carrots, ( Which will both distract and poison the rabbits ) But I’m sure the Kookaburras will do well, because the bunnies have to throw flowers and we can fly. Our engineer have made wings for the Wallabies and Kangaroos, but since the bunnies will be trying to “fly” with carrot scraps, I don’t think they’ll go far. ( Heh, that’s funny! )But at 10:00am today, we have to march over and start the battle. We have also planted Gumtrees ( which will be used as poison-carrot refill stations ) and have marched down weekly to practice battling, and to better learn the field. And before you say that it’s too “violent” once the bunnies pass away, they’ll go back to Britain, where they belong. We’re about to go clean ourselves and attach our helmets and feather pads, but Leaders attach special helmets and Green Tuxedos. I pet a scared Bilby on her head, and gave her a small toy made of wood. Anyways, I better stop, because now we have to battle. I’ll see you this evening!
I’m exhausted! The battle just finished, and all of the bunnies are back in Britain with the foxes and badgers. We just had our medal ceremony, and I’m glad it only took 30 minutes. Our Army will still remain active, I mean, what if the bunnies come back? But I’m sure it won’t happen again. The Wedge Tail Eagles are proud of us, since they were fighting off Cane Toads, so they couldn’t help. Tonight all of the animal Leaders are meeting to design our War-Cry. Every Kookaburra was just rewarded with a branch of Red Waratah Flowers, highly prized among us. Anyways, I just filled up my last page, so this is my final entry. I’ll fill it up with more pages when I can, but for now, I’ll see you later!
- Leader of the Kookaburra Army, Kawlay Kookaburra.