Grey Goshawks in the Pilbara

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Subject: Grey Goshawks in the Pilbara
From: "Jon and Fiona Hall" <>
Date: Mon, 4 Jun 2001 16:48:49 +1100
I'm just back from 3 weeks in WA including 10 days in the Pilbara on one of
CALM's Landscope trips, surveying a former Cattle Station on the Nullagine
River.  Lots of great new mammal ticks for me and a few nice birds too.  On
the bird side, somebody might be interested in the number of Grey Goshawks
we saw - 4 separate sightings (presumably separate birds given the distance
between sightings).  The only distribution map I have is in Simpson and Day
which doesn't show them as venturing out of the Kimberley.

Also, before I left Canberra I recall a lot of discussion about Bustards.
There are still heaps up there - I saw several every day and a flock of 15
one day.


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