Powerful Owl at Banyule Flats

Subject: Powerful Owl at Banyule Flats
From: brian fleming <>
Date: Tue, 19 Apr 2011 10:45:16 +1000
  On Sunday night (17 April), a group from Warringal Conservation Society
had a spotlighting excursion along the track east from the car-park.
Bright moonlight seemed to inhibit mammals, but we saw one Tawny Frogmouth, and a Powerful Owl, probably immature, which was photographed. It was perched in a wattle over the main path.

Also observed - two, maybe three Ringtail Possums in wattles beside the Plenty confluence, and a Brushtail Possum in a large River Red Gum on the Yarra bank.

  Anthea Fleming

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