To: canberra birds <>
Subject: ANBG Powl
From: Ryu Callaway <>
Date: Sat, 19 Aug 2017 06:08:58 +0000
In the same tree but much higher up today, probably double the height from 
yesterday, receiving excessive attention from what seemed like every visitor to 
the gardens (including all the non-birders). I presume it's presence is being 
advertised at the visitor centre. If I was the owl I wouldn't stick around much 


--- Duncan McCaskill <> wrote:
> The Powerful Owl in the ANBG is where Martin described, and the whitewash on 
> the ground is indeed very obvious. Just after I found it this afternoon, a 
> group of a dozen or more people arrived to see it, and the owl took a keen 
> interest in all the activity below it. The dense, dark vegetation makes 
> photography difficult. The clearest view was from directly below the bird.
> Duncan.

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