Re: Rainbow bee-eaters

Subject: Re: Rainbow bee-eaters
From: David James <>
Date: Tue, 24 Feb 1998 18:25:24 +1000
At 19:44 21/02/98 +1030, you wrote:
Trevor Hampel has asked about bee-eater numbers "Have they been scarce
>They are present and common in Townsvile all year, but probably not
resident. Numbers increase by maybe ten-fold during migration (roughly
Mar-Apr & Sept-Oct). I expect to see large flocks moving through soon. But
now that you mention it there have not been many in Townsville or asround
Tully-Innisfail area this Febuary. However, I don't have hard numbers. 
David James
PO BOX 5225
Townsville Mail Centre 4810

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