Raptors in the rain

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Subject: Raptors in the rain
From: "Alan Gillanders" <>
Date: Thu, 6 Mar 2008 22:49:52 +1000
Actually not too much rain today and I went to Mareeba where the sun was shining weakly. On the way over a Hobby near the Barron River east of Atherton and a Square-tailed Kite at the Rocky Creek Memorial Park. A barking Owl and a Barn Owl were seen dead on the side of the road. On the way home a pair of Wedge-tailed Eagles east of Tolga and a Grey Goshawk within twenty metres of where I had seen the Hobby in the morning. A small Accipiter flew across in front of me as I drove into the yard. Most likely a Collared Sparrowhawk but I would not bank my reputation on it.

Alan Gillanders

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