|To:||"Cog line" <>|
|Subject:||Wedgetails on the ground|
|From:||"martin butterfield" <>|
|Date:||Thu, 15 Feb 2007 17:04:26 +1100|
I have just read Jerry Olsen's paper in the latest CBN in which he refers to seeing wedgetails on the ground and that this is a bad indication for the future of the bird. We saw one that appeared to be standing on the ground - not feeding on prey or carrion as far as I could see while driving past - just North of Captain's Flat on the main road. I am not sure of the exact date but probably mid-January.
We also saw them standing alongside the highway going across the Hay Plains in both directions, but that was - at least apparently - because they were scoffing road killed 'roo.
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