Spotted harrier

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Subject: Spotted harrier
From: Andrew <>
Date: Mon, 06 May 2002 15:45:16 +1000
This afternoon, a spotted harrier flew over our patch of spotted gum.
It was attacked by some white-breasted woodswallows that were feeding in
the area.  However, there wasn't a peep out of the ever-present noisy
miners, grey butcherbirds and magpies.  I find it hard to believe that
not one of them saw it.  Does anyone have any other explanation?
Cooran, SEQ.

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