Re: Inland Brahminy Kite

To: "Frank O'Connor" <>
Subject: Re: Inland Brahminy Kite
From: morris <>
Date: Tue, 08 Sep 1998 20:56:25 +1000
Hi Frank
Re Inland Brahminy Kites. In NSW Brahminy Kites extend down the coast to
as far south as the Mannning River, with non-breeding birds regularly
seen at Wallis lake, Forster.Vagrants further south. I know of only one
inland NSW record and that was an immature bird at Copeton Dam, near
Inverell 3-10 Jan 1973 (Emu 75:115).

Alan Morris
NSWFOC Records Officer

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