Goshawk chick

To: Stephanie Haygarth <>
Subject: Goshawk chick
From: Denis Wilson <>
Date: Mon, 22 Dec 2014 11:29:57 +1100
You did very well to spot it, Matthew 
Denis Wilson

Denis Wilson

To compromise on the environment
is to lose something - forever.

"The Nature of Robertson"

On Mon, Dec 22, 2014 at 9:33 AM, Stephanie Haygarth <> wrote:
This goshawk chick is in a nest on Mt Ainslie.  The nest is on top of a large mistletoe growth in a tall yellow box, making it extremely difficult to see.  Good to know that the parents have been successful to this point; whether there are other chicks in the nest is yet to be seen.

Merry Christmas
Matthew Higgins

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