Unidentified Peregrine Prey

To: "'Shirley Cook'" <>, "'Messages Birding-aus'" <>, "'Lloyd Nielsen'" <>
Subject: Unidentified Peregrine Prey
From: "Philip Veerman" <>
Date: Thu, 6 Dec 2012 12:17:05 +1100
Yes it is true that I didn't send my message to Birding Aus, as I wished to
first clarify with Stephen privately. I also wished to make the points that
the issue about whether it was a young from that nest is likely to be a "red
herring" as it appears to not be a nestling and that the colour could only
match Peregrine Falcon and Baza. It would be nice to know where this
happened as to how likely a Baza is. Given Stephen's comment that "The
barring is all wrong for Peregrine, .... e.g. complete bars across both webs
of the remiges" the only match that we both come up with for this limited
information on this victim is Pacific Baza.

Philip Veerman
24 Castley Circuit
Kambah  ACT  2902
02 - 62314041

-----Original Message-----From: 
 On Behalf Of Shirley Cook
Sent: Thursday, 6 December 2012 7:46 AM To: Messages Birding-aus
Subject: Fw: Fw: Unidentified Peregrine Prey

Dear all,

Here is a further note on this thread in response to Philip Veerman's 
question to Stephen Debus (30 November).

Sorry Philip if you sent it to Birding-Aus, but it didn't appear on my 
computer, but I am sure that many would be interested in this detailed 


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