'phases' of Brown Falcon

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Subject: 'phases' of Brown Falcon
From: "John Leonard" <>
Date: Tue, 25 Apr 2006 17:02:57 +1000
I have seen them several times in western NSW, they cause a few
heart-stopping moments until you see the brown cap and ginger trousers, and
then realsie that what you're looking at is a falcon that's too brownish on
the back to be anything other than Brown. But they are very pale underneath,
and suppose this makes them all adult males.

John L

On 4/25/06, Denise Goodfellow <> wrote:
> I'm quite familiar with both Grey and Brown Falcon, but have never seen a
> grey Brown Falcon!  Where have they been sighted?
> Denise Lawungkurr Goodfellow
> Ph. 61 8 89328306
> 1/7 Songlark Street
> Bakewell NT 0832
> On 25/4/2006 9:44 AM, "John Leonard" <> wrote:
> > That's good, thanks for this, I wonder what to make of the very pale
> grey
> > birds that can be be mistaken for Grey Falcons?
> >
> > John L

John Leonard

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