"birding -aus" <>
"KEITH BRANDWOOD" <>
Thu, 12 Apr 2001 21:27:21 +0100
There are plenty of raptors around the Catti/Hawkesbury area
currently, saw 10 species today including a Juv Spotted Harrier together
with a Juv Marsh Harrier at McGraths Hill sewerage works. First time Ive
seen a Juv Spotted worth reading up on to ID these two.
Also of interest was a lone Glossy Ibis at the same location, and a White
-bellied Cuckoo-shrike at Annangrove,both these species uncommon around
Good birding over easter to everyone.
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