|To:||Philip Veerman <>|
|Subject:||Nearby nesting of Collared Sparrowhawk & Brown Goshawk at ANBG|
|From:||Adam Spence <>|
|Date:||Sun, 7 Jan 2018 02:54:59 +0000|
After spending many hours photographing the Goshawks, 100m feels plausible. As I previously mentioned they seemed to take action against people and other birds who were within about 60m. Despite seeing the Goshawks frequently going after other birds, I’ve never seen any interaction with Sparrowhawks, or seen the Sparrowhawks in the vicinity.
Just looking at the map though I’d say the distance is quite a bit more than 100m. Yesterday’s map had the two nests in line along one of the N-S tarmac roads. But the Goshawk nest is further down the slope beside on one of the lesser gravel paths. That would put that distance at 200-250m.
On Sun, 7 Jan 2018 at 10:10 am Philip Veerman <> wrote:
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