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|Subject:||Grey Goshawk and a New Law|
|Date:||Wed, 25 Jun 2003 16:53:30 +1000|
At lunch today, down at Fyansford, Geelong, a white morph Grey Goshawk was seen on powerlines next to the Fyansford Tip.
How uncommon are these birds? This is the first goshawk of any kind i have seen around Geelong.
I also discovered my first law of digiscoping:
When experimenting with camera settings, you will be presented with an opportunity to photograph an uncommon species.
My photos came out blurry : (
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