Janis Hosking <>, "Birding-aus (E-mail)" <>
David Geering <>
Fri, 8 Sep 2000 08:49:13 +1000
Jude and I beat you by a day. A small flock of White-browed Woodswallows
over Merri Merri State Forest and Masked Woodswallow over Tallegar State
Forest on Wednesday. Also Bee-eaters over Carrabear State Forest (all
between Gulargambone and Quambone - ie north-west of Dubbo for the
geographically challenged). How's that for oneupmanship. You're going to
have to get away from work and come out with us next trip!
I forgot to mention in my posting about the atlassing trips Judie and I have
been doing - White-winged Triller at Dragon Cowal north of Collie (same part
of the world - sort of, anyway) on 8 August.
Yes, spring is here, the Rufous Whistlers, Western Gerygones and Rufous
Songlarks are in full song and nests are to be found for those looking.
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Janis Hosking [SMTP:
> Sent: Friday, 8 September 2000 22:35
> Subject: [BIRDING-AUS] woodswallows
> Hi All,
> Seen last evening(Thursday) a large flock of white-browed woodswallows
> First I have seen this season. Summer is on its way.
> Janis, Dubbo CW NSW
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