Peregrines in Parramatta, NSW

To: <>, "Frank Weynton" <>
Subject: Peregrines in Parramatta, NSW
From: "Alan Morris" <>
Date: Sun, 15 Aug 2004 08:34:15 +1000
I do not know whether other people have responded to you on this so
hopefully I am not repeating them. Peregrines are known to nest on city
buildings, transmission towers, power station chimneys, and other artificial
sites as well as cliffs, tree holoows etc so the white patch could indicate
a preferred site for nesting but could also indicate a favoutite perch from
where they locate and bring their prey to eat. It might also be the site
where they leave from to enter or to reach their nest site. Egg laying
generally takes place in mid to late August in Central NSW.

Alan Morris
Records Officer, Birding NSW

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