Peregrine Falcon - urban Sydney

Subject: Peregrine Falcon - urban Sydney
From: Michael Whitehead <>
Date: Tue, 4 Apr 2006 21:02:40 +1000 (EST)
Hi all,

  Not sure of it's worth a mention but I saw a Peregrine Falcon at Eastwood 
station (NW of city) today. It was dusk (5.55pm) and I had two quick but fairly 
good views from my train carriage as the bird zipped by, flying quite low.

  The trees planted around the stations in that area are sites for the 
congregation of hundreds of rainbow lorikeets at day's end. Perhaps this makes 
good hunting for the falcon?


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