|To:||"Greg Clancy" <>, <>, "Alan Morris" <>|
|Subject:||Ospreys in NSW|
|From:||"David Page" <>|
|Date:||Sat, 19 Jun 2004 10:07:10 +1000|
Greg made this statement "Inland observations occur during the non-breeding season and I have seen them at the Hanging Rock Broadwater near Cangai, west of Jackadgery. I have observed a pair at their nest at Sherwood, west of Kempsey and they nest on Susan and Elizabeth Islands in the Clarence River at Grafton. In Australia they are, however, principally birds of the coastline and estuaries as well as tidal rivers, unlike some Northern Hemisphere populations." So I gather this statement relates to the breeding population only?
So my question is there two population breeding and non-breeding in NSW?
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