A day of Raptors

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Subject: A day of Raptors
From: charles davis <>
Date: Sat, 28 Jul 2012 11:28:31 +1000
The other day I went four kilometres past Cooma to where a swam nest had been built in the middle of a paddock next to the highway on the way to Nimitabel whilst in the paddock I observed three swamp harriers dragging their legs through the grass, Two brown falcon watching the harriers, three wedge tails hovering over head and one kestrel all within a 20 acre block, poor little quails must had a stressful day with all that attention. 

The swans also were of interest as they have eggs at the moment not bad considering the last time a lake had floored in that spot was in the 1960's. 
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