Neil Broekhuizen <>
Square Tailed Kite
Thu, 13 Mar 2003 21:45:15 +1100
On Thu, Mar 13, 2003 at 05:38:55PM +1100, Neil Broekhuizen wrote:
> I had what i presume is an unusual sighting of a Squre-Tailed Kite
> gliding low over the trees at by the Hyams Beach turn-off (Booderoo
> Avenue), Jervis bay 200km South of Sydney.
Looking at the Atlas of Australian Birds you'd think so, but there
were a few sightings from the NSW South Coast reported this summer on
birding-aus. 2 from near Nowra, one from Mollymook and one from Morton.
I also had great views of one on several days in January in Broulee which
is south of Batemans Bay. Neighbours there feed Rainbow Lorikeets and
other parrots. Several times in multi-species mid-afternoon alarm calls
brought me outside in time to see a Square-tail cruise through.
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