GHL Info

Subject: GHL Info
From: "steve roderick" <>
Date: Wed, 19 Jul 2006 10:08:19 +1000

  As Sandra and Ivan Reynolds have reported, Karen Roderick and myself
  were there to see the Lapwing on Tuesday, I 'was' worried about being
  the first 'dipper', driving from Newcastle and back in a day. The
  Lapwing seemed unconcerned about the growth, it was walking around
  feeding, with only a limp due to the growth. I wonder if the bird, if
  it decides to head back home, will be able to fly such a great
  distance with the weight on its leg, even with many stops it would
  take its toll.Has there been any suggestions to remove the growth? We
  also saw a pair of Black Falcons about 5kms out of Burren Junction
  toward Wee Waa, one falcon was feeding on a cockatiel on the wing,
  while being hassled by the other. We also saw a Pale-headed Rosella at
  Wee Waa, surely this is out of range?

  Steve Roderick

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