Osprey seen at Point Nepean

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Subject: Osprey seen at Point Nepean
From: "Tania Ireton" <>
Date: Sun, 24 Feb 2013 19:09:04 +1100
For those who may have missed Jack Airey's entry on Birdline Victoria, an
Osprey was seen feeding on a large fish on the rock platform below Cheviot
Hill at Point Nepean on Saturday 23 February.  The BirdLife Bayside trip to
Mud Islands had been cancelled due to the strong easterly wind and most of
the participants decided to go to Point Nepean for the day.  51 species were
recorded, including at least 3 White-throated Needletails, and there is a
possibility that there was a second Osprey as four people saw what appeared
to be two birds on the rocks late in the afternoon when they were walking
back from the point.





Tania Ireton

President BirdLife Bayside


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