|Subject:||Black Falcon at Stoney Creek reserve|
|From:||calyptorhynchus via Canberrabirds <>|
|Date:||Sun, 3 Oct 2021 00:48:15 +0000|
About 8.30 this morning near the gate heading north up towards Uriarra. A female, because of large size and deep chest, flying very fast… very impressive.
A bit quiet there this morning, the dollar birds have returned, pied butcher birds still evident in evidence, couple of leaden flycatchers. No rainbow beeeaters as yet.
If you go there take your wellies, it’s very wet!
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