Fork-tailed Swifts

Subject: Fork-tailed Swifts
From: (Russell Woodford)
Date: Sun, 29 Dec 2002 12:42:32 +1100
I arrived home a few minutes ago just in time to see a flock of about 60-80 
Fork-tailed Swifts circling above our house.  I guess there could have been 
lots more ahead of them.  I haven't recorded this species often around Geelong 
- it's a new species for my "backyard" list - rather nice as we're moving to a 
new backyard in a few days.  

There's a front moving through this part of the state from the west, with 
fairly strong NE winds at present, and storms predicted.  Fairly typical 
weather for swifts.


Russell Woodford
Music & Info Systems
Sacred Heart College Geelong
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