Peter Pfeiffer <>
Mon, 14 May 2001 13:36:18 +0930
Lorne reminded me of my recent trip to Fraser.
Some highlights were :
White - breasted sea eagles
easily seen Eastern Whip-birds at Central Station
YT & RT Black Cockatoos
eastern yellow robins
and two possible sightings of Red Goshawks
- first seen whilst diving along the beach just up from Hook Pt.
- second sighting on the inland high tide track going towards Hook Pt. 6
days later.( Easter Sunday)
I had asked the Rangers wether they had seen any and the female Ranger said
a couple of them looked for them about 2 weeks earlier without success.
There were 2 maybe 3. I had only viewed them for a second or so without
bins. before they flew further inland. They were definately a large
red-brown heavily-barred raptor.
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