NSW Swooping Magpie Attack Map across Australia for 2014

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Magpie attack on Walker - 2 Gladstone Road, Castle Hill NSW 2154
Walking to work and a magpie sitting on a telephone wire swooped at my head. Felt like someone hit it with a rock! Kept on flying ahead of me, waiting, then swooping again once behind me. Had to hold my bag over my head and run for it. Pecked and bleeding head by the time I got to work.
Injured:Yes

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Magpie attack on Cyclist - 511 Sandgate Road, Shortland NSW 2307
Walking through Park near train station. There is a concrete path going straight through the middle of the park and in to a magpie ambush. Once in the park, the bird will not leave you along, constantly swooping. You can go around the park by ascending a steep bank right next to the road bridge and go around the park that way to avoid the magpie.
Injured:No

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Magpie attack on Walker - 6 Whitton Street, Heathcote NSW 2233
left home to walk to the train station, bird attacked the back of my head causing bleeding, bird landed on ground and stared at me before making a second attack hitting my hand that I used to shield my face with. the bird then swooped around returning and hitting my right ear again causing bleeding, while I was racing up the road covering my face. BEWARE AGGRESSIVE!
Injured:Yes

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Magpie attack on Cyclist - 8 Australia Avenue, Sydney Olympic Park, NSW 2127
Not a real attack, and, fearing one, since then I have been biking on the sidewalk on the opposite side of the road without problems. I had the sun on my back and could see the shadow of a bird coming down to hit me to then go up as soon as I would turn to look backwards. I have seen worse but I am quite sure that there is a nest on one of the trees on Australia Ave aside the Brickpit direction Olympic Park Station...
Injured:No

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Magpie attack on Cyclist - 245 Braehour Road, Forest Hill NSW 2651
This is to report attacks that happen every magpie season in the same place on my morning and evening commutes. This is Urana St Wagga Wagga opposite the showground, between the Burke St roundabout and College Avenue. The bank of trees there are probably the nesting site. The attacks occurred cycling to and from work and there were no injuries. My direction of travel was always with the sun behind, so the bird's shadow on the road gave warning.
Injured:No

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