Who's eating the Cockatoos?

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Subject: Who's eating the Cockatoos?
From: Jason McHattan <>
Date: Wed, 9 Dec 2015 22:37:04 +0000
Hi All,

Last night at some ungodly hour, I was woken by a Cockatoo screaming like I've 
never heard before. This morning
when I got up the remains of said Cockatoo were spread over our front lawn. 
This is the second time in two weeks.

There is mainly feathers, with bit of meat attached, and one with a reasonably 
large bone. There is also a piece
high up in the gum tree above, so I'm assuming the attack took place up there. 
It's out on a reasonably small
branch, so I'd guess the perpetrator is not a possum.

I'm guessing a Powerful Owl, which we have around here.

Any other ideas?


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