Plural Black Kites in Canberra

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Subject: Plural Black Kites in Canberra
From: "Philip Veerman" <>
Date: Mon, 6 Mar 2006 00:25:48 +1100
Interesting, I was wondering if that is the first ever record of "a number of" Black Kites in Canberra, where the number was not zero or one. I thought it was. I have only ever encountered that many before. Of course throughout most of their range, they occur in big congregations. Actually Wilson (1999) cites one observation on 7-8-1959, of three of them (also odd in winter). The GBS Report indicates singles only (as in the G = 1.00).
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