One last swifty message

Subject: One last swifty message
From: Simon Kennedy <>
Date: Fri, 7 Aug 1998 12:14:36 -0400 (EDT)

Just thought some people might be interested in the fact that Swift Parrots are 
currently spread across five Australian states.  They are in Queensland (Gold 
Coast), South Australia (Millicent), Tasmania (Some stayed there, but no 
noticeable increases to suggest that any have returned from the mainland), and 
of course Victoria and New South Wales.  This means that virtually all 
are within the "boundaries" of their current distribution.  I am hoping to see 
first ever Regent Honeyeater this weekend.  Lets hope the weather keeps 
(wonderful day here in Victoria).  Good luck!

Simon Kennedy

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