Powerful Owl in Capalaba, Brisbane

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Subject: Powerful Owl in Capalaba, Brisbane
From: "Craig Doolan" <>
Date: Wed, 29 Dec 2010 06:25:07 +1000
This is a sighting from a few weeks ago - sorry for the delay. Arrived at
work at Redlands IndigiScapes Centre (a native botanic garden in Capalaba,
suburb of Brisbane) to the sight of a Powerful Owl with the remains of what
looked like a Common Ringtail (there were not a lot of remains). We were
alerted to it by the ubiquitous Noisy Miners and despite the hassle, it
remained there all day in a Hickory Wattle (Acacia disparrima). It was gone
the next day.

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