Grey Goshawk at Wallington

To: Russell Woodford <>
Subject: Grey Goshawk at Wallington
From: Michael Tarburton <>
Date: Sun, 16 Nov 2014 08:56:30 +1100
G'day All

IT is a long time since I have seen a white morph of the Grey Goshawk, but I saw one at the Thurra River Rest Area in far East Gippsland (Vic) last Monday. It was circling slowly of the forest just like a Grey morph would - but a lot more visible.

Yes I was there looking for White-throated Needletails - but seeing some other birds while I waited was rewarding. Didn't see any feral cats this trip though.

Cheers & Happy birding

Mike Tarburton

On 15/11/2014, at 9:05 PM, Russell Woodford wrote:

There was a white morph Grey Goshawk perched in a tree not far about 100m

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