"Lynn Jenkin" <>
Mon, 26 Jan 2009 14:07:57 +1100
Bird number 137, and raptor number 12 for our property turned up this
A beautifully plumaged female Peregrine Falcon circled me , the chook pen ,
and landed in a tree near where I was fencing . It stayed whilst I went in
and got my bino's for a closer study.
Yesterday, I observed a Brown Goshawk feeding on a road side kill of a small
Has anyone else seen Brown Goshawks feeding on carrion ?
Cheers & Happy Australia day
DUNGOG NSW ( 70kms north of Newcastle )
Mob. +61 (0) 400 376 106
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