Raptor prey

To: "Peter Thomson" <>, "List Birding- aus" <>
Subject: Raptor prey
From: "Philip Veerman" <>
Date: Sun, 15 Jun 2008 17:56:21 +1000
My answer to that question is it is hard to imagine that to be possible, it 
could be coincidence, two dead ducks from some other cause and may be a case of 
scavenging or it could be the result of successful hunting by both of a pair or 
it could be two separate hunting events by the one bird that has a favoured 
eating spot to bring its prey down to.


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