|Subject:||Why no rabbit predators?|
|From:||calyptorhynchus via Canberrabirds <>|
|Date:||Sat, 9 Oct 2021 01:28:23 +0000|
This isn't an answer but a further observation and question. I agree with Fleur that there are a lot of rabbits along that part of BG and that WTE don't seem to frequent that area to predate them. I expect it is that the area is too built up for WTEs to be comfortable hunting there.
However, elsewhere in the ACT outside the urban area I am seeing more WTEs than I used to. Can someone who has this knowledge comment on whether the number of active territories has increased in the ACT recently?
On Sat, 9 Oct 2021 at 12:17, Fleur Leary via Canberrabirds <> wrote:
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