Red Rocks peregrines

To: sandra henderson <>
Subject: Red Rocks peregrines
From: Woo O'Reilly <>
Date: Mon, 27 Nov 2017 01:50:25 +0000
I also saw a pair of Peregrines on the Murrumbidgee about 7km downstream of Kambah Pools a couple of weeks ago. Sorry - I know that's a pretty vague location but I thought you may be please to know there's a few pairs set up along that stretch of River. I was in a kayak and didn't have my binoculars but the cliffs they were on were quite low and they both flew low over us giving us some lovely views. 
Cheers - Woo

On 21 November 2017 at 09:08, sandra henderson <> wrote:
Once again this pair of good peregrine parents have raised three new peregrines to fledging stage at Red Rocks Gorge. I have watched them for three of the past four years, and they have successfully raised three each time, which is an excellent success rate.

A nice group of native orchids - Southern Hooked Rustyhoods (Oligochaetochilus hamatus- around the rocks we use as a vantage point to watch the birds - Red Rocks is one of the sites mentioned in the ACT orchid book as a site for these.

sandra h

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