Bird ID

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Subject: Bird ID
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Date: Mon, 23 May 2016 23:10:00 +0000
About your last sentence. You can certainly delete the "?" as that
sentence is certainly correct.

About if the question is: which of these two, that is harder. the photo is
a bit fuzzy but I think it looks more like a Collared Sparrowhawk (on slim
shape and shape of tail end).


A friend forwarded this for ID. About the size of a magpie or a little
larger, was chasing a Magpie Lark and making repeated tweets. Our guess is
Collared Sparrowhawk or Brown Goshawk?


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