O'Connor: Barking Owl

To: David Rosalky <>, "" <>
Subject: O'Connor: Barking Owl
From: Kevin and Gwenyth Bray <>
Date: Wed, 27 Jan 2016 11:45:10 +0000
I would have expected even a GP to have seen the bird (whatever it was) with
binoculars or naked eye without "a scalpel in his hand".  I trust he knows
what to use when he's in surgery.

Kevin Bray

-----Original Message-----
From: David Rosalky
Sent: Wednesday, January 27, 2016 10:00 PM
To: 'milburns' ; 
Subject: O'Connor: Barking Owl

My GP swears blind he saw a Barking Owl near his home in Deakin a couple of
years ago.  He is not a birdo but he is intelligent, got a good view and
consulted a good field guide.

I have always been a bit sceptical, but when he has a scalpel in his hand,
you can bet that I believe every word he says!!

David Rosalky

-----Original Message-----
From: milburns 
Sent: Wednesday, 27 January 2016 9:50 PM
Subject: O'Connor: Barking Owl

I have just seen a Barking Owl on the (new insulated) power lines behind our
house in O'Connor.  Like all respectable birds it departed southwards into
Turner after glaring at me for about a minute.



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