grass owl on sunshine coast

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Subject: grass owl on sunshine coast
From: "Greg Roberts" <>
Date: Sun, 12 Sep 2010 18:55:37 +1000
This evening I saw an Eastern Grass Owl near my home at Ninderry on the
Sunshine Coast. This is the same site where I first found the species 10
months ago, and while I did not get the chance to check over winter, it is
nice that they are still in the area. The bird this evening was different to
the last Grass Owl I saw here in April.  There remains considerable
uncertainty about the movements of this species - the extent to which they
are nomadic. In an indicaiton that good numbers of rodents are still around,
in the late afternoon today at this site I saw Grey Goshawk, Brown Goshawk
and Australian Hobby, among other raptors.
Greg Roberts 

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