Black and White bird of prey?

Subject: Black and White bird of prey?
From: "Paul T." <>
Date: Tue, 21 Feb 2012 18:16:53 +1100
At 06:06 PM 21/02/2012, you wrote:
Hello Paul.

The colouration and behaviour that you describe sound very much like a Black-shouldered Kite.

Thanks Dimitris.

Checking online, the pic here.... looks very much like the one I saw. It was very elegant, and in a very similar pose to this pic (although the wings were moving <grin>). I'd just never seen a black and white bird of prey before. Very, very cool.

Thanks heaps.  Definitely not something I've ever been aware of seeing before.

Thanks again.


Paul T.
Higgins, ACT

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