Brown Goshawk

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Subject: Brown Goshawk
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Date: Fri, 12 Jan 2018 07:23:27 +0000
viewed briefly from a distance hunting in a N.N-E line from Hurlstone Park 
railway station at 6pm. The alarm I could hear  was an Indian Myna's "watch it. 
watch it" repeated about 6 times. Soon after a gang of 8-10 Sulphur Crested 
Cockatoos flew up into the nearest highest gum tree before soon after taking 
off in the opposite direction low over rooftops and the lower trees. It appears 
that the urban cockatoos of Sydney's inner west may be forgetting about posting 
lookouts or have they become reliant on the mynas? Lucky for them then that 
they weren't on this evening's menu.
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