Crested Honey Buzzard

To: Ian Churchward <>
Subject: Crested Honey Buzzard
From: John Harris <>
Date: Fri, 1 Jan 2016 09:56:54 +0000
Hi Ian,
I first reported 3 buzzards on the 23rd of December. A very nice pic.

Daniel Mantle (who I have cc'ed into this email) is very keen on getting
images and any other info from your observation, or anybody elses, as he
and others are looking to write up a publication on these birds.



*Yours in all things* "*GREEN"*

*John Harris BASc, GDipEd*
*Croydon, Vic*
*Director - Wildlife Experiences Pty Ltd*
*Principal **Zoologist/**Ecologist*
*Nature Photographer*
*Wildlife Guide*

*Past President, Field Naturalists Club of Victoria*
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On 1 January 2016 at 18:41, Ian Churchward <> wrote:

> Hi Everyone,
> Took this photo of a Crested Honey Buzzard I believe on the last day of the
> year at Lake Joondalup. There where actually three off them together, one I
> think was a young bird. To have it fly over head so close was a nice way to
> end the year. If someone could confirm it I would greatly appreciate that.
> Happy Birding and all the best for the New Year to everyone.
> Regards  Ian Churchward.
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