Some minor bird obs

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Subject: Some minor bird obs
From: "Philip Veerman" <>
Date: Thu, 17 Mar 2005 22:43:55 +1100
Today at where I work at Tennant Street Fyshwick, I had five Yellow-tailed  Black-Cockatoos flying past my window at about 10 metres away. I went outside a few minutes later, saw one Little Eagle in the northern aspect of the view, being chased by three magpies, then I looked the other way, there was a Wedge-tailed Eagle high in the southern aspect of the view, a Darter flew over, half an hour later the Little Eagle was being chased by two ravens. Yesterday a Black-shouldered Kite flew over the office, four Black-faced Cuckoo-shrikes on the trees just outside the office really upsetting the magpie-larks. Today 39 Crested Pigeons were on the wires just outside the office. Recently there has been a big flock of up to about 80 Little Ravens observable from there.
Adds something nice to the work day.
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