Collared Sparrowhawk unusual prey item

Subject: Collared Sparrowhawk unusual prey item
From: John Leonard <>
Date: Sun, 22 Dec 2013 20:13:12 +1100
This evening on Red Hill, ACT, I observed a female Collared Sparrowhawk perched 
in a tree with the remains of a rabbit, specifically it's hindquarters and rear 
legs in its talons. Presumably this was scavenged, but I never thought of this 
as a small accipiter prey item.

John Leonard
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