rAPTORS AND RODENTS …

Last week I featured the appearance of Wedge-tailed Eagles, this week a Black-shouldered Kite has been busy in The Cape. A beautiful, reasonably common bird along this coast, this particular bird was using the tree stags, hovering over the creekline and wetlands to search for prey. And it was successful … with what appeared to be a Bush or Brown Rat.

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