birding-aus migrants in NEQ

Subject: birding-aus migrants in NEQ
From: (Mike Tarburton)
Date: Tue, 23 Feb 1999 09:37:33 +1100 (EST)

David James Wrote:

"I've noticed increased numbers of Dollarbirds (mostly juveniles) and Sacred
Kingfishers (juveniles and adults) in last week or so. it looks like their
on the move. "

 Good Timing David

I saw the first Sacred Kingfisher on the Pacific Adventist University
Campus in PNG just two days ago. (20/2/1999)

This time last year some new arrivals were exhauseted and died, in spite of
my feeding them for about a week.



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