Several pairs along of maggies along the same 1km stretch leaving Nannup, all aggressive and prolonged attacks ( for except the lady who feeds them at 5 each day, so far).
Also encountered bad maggies on Eckersley Rd Yarloop, south of the roadworks. Road popular with training roadies. Johnston Rd is open and has many maggies.
first our three year old boy was pecked on the side of his head from a swooping attack, the bird remained aggressive as we tried to navigate away and returned 5 minutes later and attacked my 6 year old daughter
Magpie swooped within 10cm of 2.5 year old son's head and snapped it's beak.
Walked past an hour later and repeat swoop but magpie was watched the entire time and stopped it's swoop about 2m short.
Cycling on the path at the side of KINGSWAY soccer pitches, swooping magpie from behind, got off bike and walked across soccer fields. 4 magpies swooping and hovering. Walked slowly and ducked as they swooped. They gave up after about 100 metres. No injuries.
The birds were trying to attack me yesterday morning and this morning while I was walking to the bus stop. There were two, one at each side of Arkana Road. One of them swooped over my shoulder three times until I walked very fast out of the area onto Marloo Road. Be cautious, as the bird may swwop from the opposite side of the road and this area is near a T-junction.
Just walking past the tree next to the artifical lake in aubin groove, whilst beeing atacked by one magpie.... Another attack while entering the busharea right next to the lake and one more running in the park.