solitary WTNT at Gundy

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Subject: solitary WTNT at Gundy
From: "Michael Hunter" <>
Date: Fri, 27 Jan 2012 09:18:46 +1100
Hi Mike and all,

                      On Jan 21, ahead of a lowish stormcloud, on private 
property at Gundy (near Scone NSW), I was entranced by a single WTNT flying at 
amazing speed in big loops between about 100 to 400 feet. 

                      A few BOPrey, Wedgetails, seven Kestrels in a (? family) 
group  plus  many others  on roadside powerlines, Brown Falcon, Brown Goshawk.

                       Have not seen a Black-shouldered Kite for a while, they 
were everyday two or three years ago.




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