A cautionary tale - dangerous owls

To: L&L Knight <>,
Subject: A cautionary tale - dangerous owls
From: brian fleming <>
Date: Fri, 01 Jun 2007 13:50:44 +1000
A Powerful Owl which nested in the Heidelberg area in recent years is credited with ripping human visitors' shirts and coats.
No, I'm not giving the location.

Anthea Fleming

L&L Knight wrote:

Are there any owls in Aus that would behave this way?


Eagle owl attacks close Pennine path


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