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Monday, June 20, 2011

Kingsthorpe, South East Queensland, 19th June 2011

Kingsthorpe is always a common place to see many Birds of Prey, thus why the Kingsthorpe Winery named its drop, Wedgetail-Ridge Estate.  Birds of prey seen on the 19th of June were:

Australian Hobby
Wedgetail Eagle - Pair
Black-Shouldered Kite
Nankeen Kestral
1 x Unknown Bird of Prey - too distant to identify.

Australian Hobby

Australian Hobby

Pair of Wedgetailed Eagles in the distance.

Wedgetailed-Eagles. One flying off to the left, one perched on the right.

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