Powl update

To: John Bundock <>
Subject: Powl update
From: "Roslan, Nadiah" <>
Date: Sun, 26 Apr 2015 08:45:14 +0000
Thanks to Leo, I got to see the Powerful Owl this morning at about 10am, perched in a pine tree. 5th tree in from the road. Was lovely to watch it preen around its impressive yellow feet.

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Nadiah Roslan
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James Cook University
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On 20 Apr 2015, at 6:11 pm, John Bundock <> wrote:

It was in the oaks the past 2 days. Terry also pointed it out to me today. He also showed me this ringtail, at the base of the tree; not the tree in which the owl was perched. Whist I was there the owl was being harassed by currawongs. A large number of them were also hassling it 2 days ago.




John Bundock






From: Martin Butterfield
Sent: Monday, 20 April 2015 2:50 PM
To: COG List
Subject: [canberrabirds] Powl update


I swung by the bowlo around 1245 today and was having no luck finding the bird in any of the front line trees.  This was greatly to the disappointment of a couple who had traveled across town - several times - to find and dipped on every occasion.  Fortunately Powlmeister Munro appeared and found the bird almost instantly in a pine about 3 rows out into Haig Park.  The lady of the couple was extremely excited that she had finally spotted it!



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