Raptor roadkills

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Subject: Raptor roadkills
From: "Andrew Thelander" <>
Date: Fri, 15 Aug 2008 21:46:55 +1000

In the last month or so, at least two Brahminy kites have been skittled on
the Bruce Highway, just in the short stretch between Nambour and Cooroy,
SEQ.  The street lights in that same stretch of road are a favourite haunt
of Kestrels and up to 4 Grey goshawks, but they are not interested in the
carrion like the Brahminies.

Raptors and busy roads . 

Here in Nambour, a pair of Brahminies started nesting in a suburban tree
right beside the old highway but gave up when a fresh blast of winter




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