Philip Veerman <>
Sun, 27 Feb 2022 10:37:19 +0000
Not much to go on (I had to enlarge it but yes, a young Collared Sparrowhawk
(for the reason Mark gave, and young one, going by plumage).
On Behalf Of Mark
Clayton via Canberrabirds
Sent: Sunday, 27 February, 2022 6:05 PM
Subject: Fwd: hawk
Appears to have a long middle toe which is a feature of the Collared
Sparrowhawk (2nd photo)
On 27/02/2022 5:58 pm, Sue Lashko via Canberrabirds wrote:
> Hi everyone
> Just received these 3 photos from friends who live on a property outside
Bungendore. The 3rd photo is quite amusing.
> Their comments below:
>> We thought of you when we had this funny little fellow around the garden
for a few weeks. Think he was a young one due to some very non-predatory
behaviour, and calling constantly. A sparrow-hawk? Quite comfy to have a
snooze it seems.
> (I thought more likely goshawk due to the frown but happy to hear other
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