To: Canberra Birds <>
Subject: wfhs
From: Elizabeth Compston <>
Date: Mon, 14 Feb 2011 10:41:25 +1100

The juveniles are moving away from the nest tree. Yesterday, they were perching in gum tree to the LHS of the fire trail that runs towards the open grass land, ie to the east. No sign of a parent, although one was hanging about the previous day. Parent and juvenile seemed not interested in each other. Chris said that they are on their own now, as regards feeding

It would be great if we could pick them up at a dam.


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