black shouldered kites

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Subject: black shouldered kites
From: William Compston <>
Date: Fri, 3 Jun 2005 09:44:02 +1000
While driving out of the city, on Wednesday at 9.30am, along William Hovell
Drive, just past Coulter Drive, on the RHS I saw a black shouldered kite
perched at the top of a dead gum tree.  It was there again when I drove
back at 2.30pm.

Yesterday, at 2.15pm I saw a kite again but this time on the LHS of the
road, closer to Coulter Drieve.

Should these sighting be put in on an indidental form?  I did not have my
GPS with me, but could locate the tree again, and get the readings if


Elizabeth Compston
8 Wells Gardens
Griffith, ACT 2603

02 6295 3028

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