Raptor numbers have dropped to low levels across the plains it seems. My last few excursions have shown up largely Brown Falcons and Nankeen Kestrels, while Black-shouldered Kites appear to have moved off to more fertile hunting grounds. Nonetheless there is always something to tempt the eyes. This juvenile Little Eagle has been hanging around at Joyce’s Creek for a few weeks now. It’s a very handsome bird. The Nankeen Kestrel was one of a family party of three at Rodborough.
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