|From:||Andy Burton's Bush Tours <>|
|Date:||Thu, 9 Nov 2000 08:41:26 +1000|
Several days ago I saw a Peregrine Falcon investigating the local Rock Doves which roost on the sandstone towers of the bridge at Northbridge (near 33° 49.175´ 151° 12.600´).
Yesterday it struck in a murderous-looking stoop. Its strike probably (and unfortunately) failed as seconds later it circled nearby with no lunch in its grasp.
Andy Burton's Bush Tours
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