Re: Outback NSW

Subject: Re: Outback NSW
Date: Mon, 17 Jun 2002 09:38:19 +1000
Bob Cook commented about the lack of Black-shouldered Kites west of 
Nyngan, contrasting this with the large numbers further east.

I noticed this as well on the NSW June long weekend.  The easternmost 
point I saw Black-shouldered Kites was, indeed Nyngan.  Precisely the same 
pattern observed for Black Kite, which are currently increasing in numbers 
around Dubbo.

Almost certainly a reflection of the available grass cover as the drought 



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