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From: Michael Wood <>
Date: Mon, 1 Apr 2013 20:04:48 -0700 (PDT)
Hello Philip and Mick

The Lockyer Valley here in Queensland can be a good location for Black Kites 
year round, especially around the Gatton Dump, but here too over there has been 
an increase in the species of late. Rather than in their usual dozens, they are 
present at the moment in their hundreds. 

A few years ago I travelled up through the "Birdsville" and noticed hundreds, 
if not thousands, of black kites. I wonder whether the inland is now unable to 
support such vast numbers and they have been forced towards the coast seeking 


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