In the case of falcons, I've found helpful to watch their flight pattern.
This is one of the ways I identify Grey Falcon. Most cameras take short
movies these days, so put the word out!
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on 27/3/12 2:23 PM, Chris Watson at wrote:
> G'day all,
> I've been sent a very distant picture of a falcon by a local birder
> here in Alice.
> The image is pretty poor but I can't make out any hint of a
> sub-terminal band on the tail. Does anyone want to set me straight
> before I get too excited?
> You can find the picture at the following link;
> Thanks in advance for any words of advice or ridicule ;)
> Chris Watson
> Alice Springs
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