[canberrabirds] Why are the C. Sparrowhawk & B.Goshawk so similar?

To: Rosemary Royle <>, Greg <>, David Adams <>
Subject: [canberrabirds] Why are the C. Sparrowhawk & B.Goshawk so similar?
From: Denise Goodfellow <>
Date: Sun, 13 Jan 2013 04:56:48 +0930
That is an interesting sighting.  I've spotted the white form roosting near
small flocks of Sulphur-crested Cockatoos at Bardedjilidji, the goshawk at
one end of the outlier and the cockies at the other.  I have a photo as well
if anyone is interested.


On 12/1/13 8:23 PM, "Rosemary Royle" <> wrote:

> During our latest trip to Australia, up above Gunlom Falls in the NT we
> spotted a dead branch laden with Sulphur-crested Cockatoos plus what
> appeared to be a smaller white cockatoo. It wasn't, it was a white-morph
> Grey Goshawk, and it had obviously chosen to perch with the cockatoos. .
> Only on reading this thread does that sighting make sense.
> Rosemary
> Rosemary Royle, Wales, UK

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