Did anyone (in the Werribee area) see . . .

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Subject: Did anyone (in the Werribee area) see . . .
Date: Mon, 31 Mar 2008 09:46:53 +1100

a black kite?

Driving to and from Geelong on Sunday (30 Mar), I caught quick glimpses of
a raptor that seemed to be a Black Kite.

It was in the vicinity of Lollypop Creek at about 1300 and 1800.



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