powerful owl

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Subject: powerful owl
From: Elizabeth Compston <>
Date: Wed, 17 Dec 2014 20:52:26 +1100
I saw the owl between 11am and noon, stood exactly where Robin said to stand to 
see it.  I don't understand how the photographers can get such good photos.  
With my binoculars I couldn't take in any details, except that it had it's back 
to me and the tail feathers seemed short.  I also walked to stand almost under 
it, but I can't look straight up

It is great having a powerful owl back again but the one in the ANBG a few 
years ago was much easier to see

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