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Subject: Swifts
From: "John Walter" <>
Date: Sun, 17 Mar 2002 10:16:28 +1000
For the Swift survey recorder.

0645h 16th March a flock of 50+ White-throated Needletails moving slowly,
feeding ? to the SE. Clear skies, no wind. 0630h 17th March 20+ Fork-tailed
Swifts moving NE and feeding? same conditions as yesterday.
Two points of interest we do not see swifts here in this part of SEQ
{Darling Downs] very often. [Usually only preceding summer storms]. The
other thing was the fact that as far as we could see, one day they were all
Needletails and the next they were all Fork-tails.

John & Ruth Walter
Pittsworth SE Qld
27 43 31S  151 38 03E

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