Powerful Owl

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Subject: Powerful Owl
From: Isobel Crawford <>
Date: Mon, 3 Aug 2015 00:04:26 +0000
The Turner Powerful Owl was yesterday in a Radiata Pine S of the one it's been 
in since the Pin oaks lost their leaves, i.e. coniferous row 4 S of the sheds. 
Five observers were there over the course of half an hour in late arvo. No prey 
evident. Alison Rowell remarked on how short the tail feathers were: one right 
tail feather appeared to be about 2-3 cm longer than the others.

Isobel Crawford

Australian Botanical Surveys,
POB 6031,
O'Connor ACT  2602.

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