Fwd: hawk

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Subject: Fwd: hawk
From: Philip Veerman <>
Date: Sun, 27 Feb 2022 23:13:11 +0000
Certainly around Canberra, Collared Sparrowhawk appear to be much more
within the suburbs and close to houses than Brown Goshawks are. Though you
writing "timid and relaxed" seems to me a bit of a contradiction (?)


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In my experience the behavior is also in keeping with a Collared
Sparrowhawk. I have found them to be more timid and relaxed when humans
are about than Brown Goshawks.


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