'teenage' Brown Goshawks @ Mulligan's (Film)

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Subject: 'teenage' Brown Goshawks @ Mulligan's (Film)
From: David Rees <>
Date: Sat, 6 Jan 2018 06:49:26 +0000
The 'teenagers' are making themselves very obvious at the moment, calling and carrying on, seemingly waiting of an adult to come by with some food, even though they now have the equipment, but perhaps not the skills, to go and find their own.

Watched both a male and female young bird for a while, which you can see here, the females are a lot bigger

Eventually an adult turned up, the male, with a still live poor victim in one talon. Flew through with its 'offerring' and the young ones were then in hot pursuit.  Lesson 2.0 in how to be a Goshawk had commenced.


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