black-shouldered kite

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Subject: black-shouldered kite
From: shorty <>
Date: Sun, 14 Dec 2014 21:25:57 +1100
On 7th September i reported that the BSK's in Symonston had 3 young.
This evening after speaking with my neighbor she told me that the birds i photographed in September were back, "Those noisy birds that seem to be fighting in the sky"
After a quick check i have seen 3 new young bird's from this pair.
Check my 7th Sep report for google image on sighting area.


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