Powerful Owl in Centennial Park

To: "'Julie Grove'" <>, <>
Subject: Powerful Owl in Centennial Park
From: "Sav Saville" <>
Date: Fri, 28 Mar 2014 11:23:58 +1300
Hi all,
My son lives in Central Sydney and I know he would love to grip me off with
a bird like that! - so even a very rough idea of where to look would be much
Cheers, take it easy

Sav Saville
Wrybill Birding Tours,NZ
"Great Birds, Real Birders"

+64 27 680 3740

-----Original Message-----
From: Birding-Aus  On Behalf Of
Julie Grove
Sent: Friday, 28 March 2014 9:26 a.m.
Subject: Powerful Owl in Centennial Park

Hello Everyone,


Apologies if this has already been mentioned on the listserve.


My 10yo daughter and I want to see the Powerful Owls currently in Centennial
Park.  I understand that exact locations can't be made public, so as to
protect the animals, but is it possible to get a vague sense of where they


Thanks a bunch,



Julie Grove BA BPych MAPS

Registered Psychologist


0402 107 041


216 Enmore Rd

Enmore NSW 2042


St James Trust Building

Suite 409

185 Elizabeth St

Sydney NSW 2000 <> 







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