Kestrel Query and Spring Time at Jerra Wetlands

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Subject: Kestrel Query and Spring Time at Jerra Wetlands
From: kym bradley <>
Date: Mon, 9 Sep 2013 13:44:24 +1030
Over the last 2 years I have seen many Australian Kestrels, One yesterday drew my attention I have Never seen one eat whilst in the air, is this common  he did it three times,  down up and eat, I normally see them go to a log, line etc

Not the best to far away but you can make it out


Spring has sprung with lots of activity at different times of the day

Both sat/sun morning the Golden Whistler was with the silver eyes and fantails Yesterday afternoon there were 4 pelicans on their normal log


Saw one male shoveler duck  near the Acaidia Hide  ???  Then 3 Males and 2 Females flew in

Silver Eye 


New Holland  the bottom two where not taken at the wetlands


Blue Wren

Also on the way home  Wedged Tailed Eagle the sun was in the wrong spot

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