As well as dropping in for some more yummy Dutch Maasdam cheese , Dracula , the recently released into the wild Coucal , is also receiving tasty treats such as cockroaches , March flies and beetles. The Queen of the Jungle on Magnetic Island , North Queensland , keeps a container of goodies for the Coucal who announces its presence on her doorstep with a distinctive call . Still shuffling due to her knee operation , the Queen calls the bird by its name, Dracula, and it hops about in expectation of some goodies . As the saying goes, when you are on a good thing , stick to it .The cheese , in particular, is highly regarded and he comes back for seconds . Curlews who frequent the area now regard Dracula as an interloper and one had a fight with him , telling him to fly away and find his own pad . Surrounded by assorted wildlife , the Queen is convalescing by making a Curlew mosaic mirror.
Little Darwin's well fed Curlew family say cheese for camera.