Grey Goshawk over Red Hill suburb

To: Benjamin Ward <>, "" <>
Subject: Grey Goshawk over Red Hill suburb
From: Mark Clayton via Canberrabirds <>
Date: Wed, 7 Feb 2024 20:41:27 +0000

I had a grey morph circling low over my house in Kaleen 3 weeks ago much to the annoyance of the local bird population. This was my second record of this species at home after a white morph landed on my clothes while I was having breakfast many years ago.




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This morning at about 7:20 a grey goshawk appeared briefly before flying off to the north, creating a lot of disturbance amongst the local cockatoos. The white underparts and bright yellow legs were very obvious through binoculars.




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