Trevor Hampel <>
Birds at the cricket
Russell Woodford <>
Sat, 11 Oct 2008 22:43:04 +1100
THe commentators have been talking about them from time to time. THey
call them "Hawks". I haven't seen any footage (Foxtel, anybody?) but
the Black Kite in northern India is now split - Pariah Kite I think.
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Geelong Victoria Australia
On 11/10/2008, at 9:52 PM, Trevor Hampel wrote:
Hi there birders,
During the ABCTV news coverage of the first cricket test from
Bangalore, India, this evening they showed some excellent close up
shots of what looked like Black Kites soaring over the oval.
I've never been birding in India - does this mean I can officially
start my Indian Bird List?
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