Following Elizabeth's report

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Subject: Following Elizabeth's report
From: "Rosemary Blemings" <>
Date: Thu, 23 Jun 2005 20:52:13 +1000
Elizabeth noted a Black Shouldered Kite perhaps 1km away from Mt Rogers.
I once hoped that there were resident BSKs on Mt Rogers but I'm sure the area is too small. What territorial area would they need?
However Tuesday's (21st) highlight was a "begging" juvenile with parent BSK in a dead Cootamundra wattle near the summit. (More evidence that these trees aren't valueless weeds)
Yesterday's highlight was a Boobook Owl very alert, unmolested and not particulaly wary of me. Both sightings occurred at about 13:00hrs in cold, partly cloudy to squally conditions.
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