Spotted Harrier at Bush's Paddock

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Subject: Spotted Harrier at Bush's Paddock
From: Dave Torr <>
Date: Sun, 14 Aug 2005 13:36:36 +1000
Highlight of the quarterly BOCA outing to Pinkerton Forest/Bush's
Paddock (between Melton and Werribee) on a very cold and windy day was
extended close views of a Spotted Harrier hunting low over the native
Other highlights included two pairs of Wedge-tailed Eagles, good
numbers of Jacky WInters and two Diamond Firetails. There were also a
number of Tree Martins present, which seems to be a rather early
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