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|Subject:||Powerful Owl perhaps back in ANBG|
|Date:||Sat, 13 Apr 2019 06:36:27 +0000|
In a gutter at the edge of a bed in Section 77 of ANBG today I saw the remains of a possum. It wasn't a bloody mess as it would have been if a possum had been killed on the ground by a fox, it was just bits of skin and fur so it looked as though a Powerful Owl had been feasting on it above and these were the scraps that fell down.
Worth keeping an eye out for a PO at ANBG.
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