To: "<>" <>
Subject: Ospreys
From: Andrew Bell <>
Date: Mon, 31 Mar 2014 19:22:21 +0930
>> Not often seen inland, but saw one lift a fish from the  Katherine River in 
>> Katherine (about 300km inland) a few years ago.  I did hear a rumour many 
>> years ago that there had been a pair in Katherine gorge. I haven't seen one 
>> locally for a few years.
>> We have a pair of sea eagles along the river in town at the moment, 
>> presumably feeding on the little red fruit bats. I've also watched sea 
>> eagles feeding on carrion on the road here, not such a classy look as 
>> catching a barra from a billabong!
>> Cheers 
>> Cheers
>> Andrew Bell
>> Katherine NT
>>> On 31 Mar 2014, at 12:09 pm, "david robertson" <> 
>>> wrote:
>>> It has always puzzled me that whereas in other parts of the world,
>>> especially the northern hemisphere, it is quite common to see ospreys inland
>>> but not, usually, in Australia.  White-bellied Sea Eagles yes, but Ospreys
>>> are usually coastal
>>> David Robertson
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