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|Subject:||Garden drama - Peregrine Falcon|
|From:||Jean Casburn via Canberrabirds <>|
|Date:||Fri, 11 Feb 2022 23:31:03 +0000|
Suddenly a Peregrine Falcon dropped out of nowhere picked up one of 4 Sparrows sitting on the power lines at the back of my house and without a pause flew off down the hill towards Duffy. He could have had one of 24 fat pigeons sitting on the power lines!
I suspect the falcon has been around for a few days because large flocks of SC Cockatoos were flying about in great consternation yesterday.
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