Black Kites in SEQ

To: "Andrew Thelander" <>, " net. au" <>
Subject: Black Kites in SEQ
From: "Russ Lamb" <>
Date: Mon, 25 Mar 2013 11:46:20 +1000
I spent the weekend in the Lockyer Valley and Black Kite were the most numerous raptor seen (about a dozen all-up), at least one on each major water reservoir. I tallied 10 raptor species viz. Black, Whistling and Black-shouldered Kites, Spotted and Swamp Harriers, Kestrel, Wedge-tailed and White-bellied (Sea) Eagles, Peregrine Falcon , and a brief glimpse of a mobbed accipiter (Broown or Sparrowhawk)

Russ Lamb

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