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Subject: Baza
From: "Colin Driscoll" <>
Date: Sun, 30 Dec 2007 19:20:48 +1100

I'm lucky enough to have an adult and young Pacific Baza spending each day
in my yard. The adult browzes through the foliage for crawlies and it sure
has great eyesight. It captured a leaf green hopper about 2cm long this
morning in green leaves, having seen it from about 30m.

The adult is about 4m away outside my window as I type.

Interesting that there is only one adult, is this normal?

I took a couple of softish digiscope shots that can be seen here:

Happy new year birding.

Colin Driscoll

Bolton Point
Lake Macquarie
NSW Central Coast


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