|To:||John Brown <>|
|Subject:||Peregrine Falcons in the city?|
|From:||Duncan McCaskill <>|
|Date:||Tue, 27 May 2014 18:48:16 +1000|
Peregrines are reported semi-regularly in Civic and have been known to nest, or attempt to nest, on Rydges hotel. I'm not often in Civic, but I saw a pair several times around Rydges in May 2010. The AMP building is very close as the Peregrine flies.
My rule of thumb, based on limited knowledge and experience, for telling Peregrines from Hobbies is "if in doubt, its a Hobby". I have found that with Peregrines, the size, general "robustness", "dark greyness" and arrogant demeanour really hits me when I see them.
The GBS records show a decline in Hobby reports in winter, but not a complete absence.
On 27 May 2014 11:59, John Brown <> wrote:
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