Hobby ignores onlookers at Brisbane Airport

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Subject: Hobby ignores onlookers at Brisbane Airport
From: "Steve" <>
Date: Sat, 3 Apr 2010 16:09:15 +1000
Hello all. Sometimes the best birding moments occur when you least expect
it. On leaving Brisbane International Airport (where I work) at around
midday,  I was surprised to see an Australian Hobby with a fresh kill just
sitting on the ground on the road next to the staff carpark. The bird
allowed an approach to within 4 metres, had a quick look at me, and went on
with its meal! Not many people about at this time so I watched for a few
minutes and went on my way. Looking back I noticed a bemused security guard
coming to have a look as well. Amazing.

Cheers Steve Murray


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