|To:||"Maconachie, Michael" <>, "" <>|
|Subject:||WB Sea-Eagles and Dusky Woodswallow|
|From:||Robin Hide <>|
|Date:||Sun, 11 May 2014 02:51:01 +0000|
Walking this morning from the Hospice along Molongolo Reach, good (long distance) views of the pair of Sea Eagles perched on the east bank of East Basin (thanks Michael Maconachie for the 4th May tip re viewing).
And a single Dusky Woodswallow on power lines near the Hospice.
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