|To:||"Geoffrey Dabb" <>, <>|
|Subject:||Raptor id please|
|From:||Bron King <>|
|Date:||Fri, 12 Sep 2008 09:11:59 +1000|
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At 08:37 12/09/2008, Geoffrey Dabb wrote:
My view: probably Collared Sparrowhawks - note ?button eyes? and square tail. If obviously ?large?, adult (possibly both) would be female. Browner bird would be immature. From ?mantling? behaviour, apparently have a prey item on ground; immature probaby at learner stage.
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