Square-tailed Kite, Queen's Park, Toowoomba

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Robert Ashdown
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Square-tailed Kite, Queen's Park, Toowoomba

Post by Robert Ashdown » Sun Mar 10, 2013 6:06 pm

Sunday 10/3/2013
Wide-spread and insistent raptor alert from the edge of the Toowoomba Botanic Gardens let us to spot the bird circling above Queen's Park, soaring, then flapping. Clear look at it. Observed for several minutes. With Rod Hobson, we had plenty of time to check the features.

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