Broken links fixed: Question about inter-marrying between raptors

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Subject: Broken links fixed: Question about inter-marrying between raptors
From: "Belinda Cassidy" <>
Date: Tue, 26 Aug 2008 13:25:38 +1000
Sorry about the repeat messages. The first two had broken links. Thanks for
letting me know Graham and Chris!

This is my original message:

I'm having a hard time ID'ing our local pair of raptors, who appear to be
nesting and doing `mating' type things like chasing each other at high speed
around the forest, and making lots of noise (especially her).

 Some may remember this handsome guy:

...who is obviously a collared sparrowhawk, with the massively long middle

Well Mr handsome Sparrowhawk has met a huge scarey monster of a  woman:

Blurry picture, you can just make out her feet and toe size:

Do you think its possible that the collared hawk male fancies a female Brown
Goshawk?? And will they get married?


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