Re: One last swifty message

To: Simon Kennedy <>
Subject: Re: One last swifty message
From: Tom Tarrant <>
Date: Fri, 07 Aug 1998 16:05:58 +1000
G'day All,
I wonder if Simon or anyone else has more precise locations for the Gold Coast 
might be a possibility of having a look this weekend.
PS. will someone please have a go at our Asian birding quiz....I've only had 2 far!

Tom Tarrant
Dayboro, Qld

Simon Kennedy wrote:

> 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 
> observers
> are within the "boundaries" of their current distribution.  I am hoping to 
> see my
> first ever Regent Honeyeater this weekend.  Lets hope the weather keeps
> (wonderful day here in Victoria).  Good luck!
> Simon Kennedy

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