Peregrines in Sydney NSW

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Subject: Peregrines in Sydney NSW
From: "Alan Morris" <>
Date: Fri, 12 Jan 2001 12:23:48 +1100
Hi Birders,
Recently a query was made about Peregrines in Sydney. Peregrines are reasonally common in Sydney nesting on the cliffs in Royal National Park, on cliffs near North & South Head and in Kur-ringai Chase NP, Deep Creek Narrabeen, in Sydney CBD on office towers etc and in the lower Blue Mountains. Non-breeding birds can be expected anywhere across the city and at this time of the year, when the young have been fledged odd birds can be found in areas not normally known for Peregrines! There is nothing therefore unusal about a Peregrine at Pennant Hills, but it is always a great deal of satisfaction to oneself when you do see them!
Alan Morris,
NSWFOC Records Officer
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