To: david robertson <>
Subject: Ospreys
From: Tom Tarrant <>
Date: Mon, 31 Mar 2014 18:46:35 +1000
David, I believe migration is one reason why certain authorities now split
the species into several, Western, Eastern, American, Australian. depending
on the taxonomy they follow. Take a look at the excellent
Avibase<>resource and type
Osprey in the 'Search-box' (....but be prepared to be


On Mon, Mar 31, 2014 at 12:39 PM, david robertson <>
> It has always puzzled me that whereas in other parts of the world,
> especially the northern hemisphere, it is quite common to see ospreys
> but not, usually, in Australia.  White-bellied Sea Eagles yes, but Ospreys
> are usually coastal
> David Robertson
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