birding-aus raptorman

Subject: birding-aus raptorman
From: lorne <>
Date: Mon, 23 Aug 1999 10:34:04 +1000
Well... I did my 'pro-active' stint by getting out there on Saturday and
letter-boxing Greens leaflets for a local candidate for the upcoming
council elections... this was the added plus... an adult WHITE-BREASTED
SEA-EAGLE flying over Beecroft railway station (north-west Sydney -
about 40min out of CBD - for interstate readers), with a single
brazen/foolhardy Noisy Miner in hot pursuit. A truly breathtaking sight
and only the second time I've recorded a sea-eagle in Beecroft since
1987. I was very happy!

Last Thursday afternoon I had a PEREGRINE FALCON darting over Castle
Hill Road heading towards Castle Hill. A first for me for that neck of
the woods.


Hope you're all well,

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