Hunter Valley Woodswallow Irruption!

Subject: Hunter Valley Woodswallow Irruption!
From: "steve roderick" <>
Date: Mon, 08 Oct 2001 14:32:12 +1000

     Hey Birders,

It seems the Hunter Valley may be in midst of a Woodswallow influx! On the 30th September I saw over 200 White-browed Woodswallows, 5 Masked (at least) and around 50 Duskys over Wollar. On the 1st October I saw around 60 White-browed and 20 Dusky Woodswallows over Warkworth near Singleton and yesterday (7th Oct.) while trekking through Telegherry State Forest near Dungog I saw over 60 White-browed, 2 Masked and about 30 Dusky Woodswallows. White-browed and Masked Woodswallows haven't been recorded in the Hunter since 1996 & '95. Keep an eye out guys for more Woodswallows!

Steve Roderick
H.B.O.C Committee

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