Black Shouldered KItes

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Subject: Black Shouldered KItes
From: Rod Mackay <>
Date: Mon, 8 Apr 2019 10:09:18 +0000
Two seen this morning , perched in dead trees overlooking the Molonglo
River just downstream from the concrete crossing.  Further upstream from
the crossing there was a small communal roost of Darters, Great
Cormorants and a lone Little Pied Cormorant, including a Darter nest
with 4 young ones being fed by a male adult bird, and a Great Cormorant
nest with three young which appeared to be begging but were being
ignored by the three adults present. There were, at a conservative
estimate, at least 20 Darters flying in the river corridor and soaring
very high up.  Another bird which I haven't seen for a while was a White
plumed Honeyeater at Stromlo Cottage.



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