|To:||Leo Berzins <>|
|Subject:||Fw: Powerful Owl at ANBG [SEC=UNCLASSIFIED]|
|From:||martin butterfield <>|
|Date:||Tue, 4 Aug 2009 14:52:43 +1000|
I spent a bit over an hour effectively following Leo's footsteps this morning. I was not able to see an Owl anywhere.|
However on my second walk down the ranforest gully i was a few metres below the spot where Wiill saw the bird when my attention was drawn to a flock (about 6) of green Satin Bowerbirds (SBBs) calling and dodging back and forth in some very dense canopy vegetation. I spent about 10 minutes trying unsuccesfully to see what (if anything) was going on. It is possible/probable that this was just SBBs being SBBs but on speaking with Anthony Overs he mentioned that SBBs were involved in the mobbing when he first saw the bird 2 years ago.
If anyone wants to have another try, my spot was on the main path about 20m past (coming from the entrance) a sign about Eucryphia (Pinkwood) and just before a cross path.
On Mon, Aug 3, 2009 at 8:55 PM, Leo Berzins <> wrote:
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