Raining Needletails

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Subject: Raining Needletails
From: knightl <>
Date: Sun, 2 Feb 2003 19:55:58 +1000
The remains of the cyclone in the coral sea have brought the first significant precipitation for the year to my part of SEQ, and today with the cloud and brief showers streaming in from the SE, I noticed a flock of needletails passing over the Nathan Campus of GU [I do from time to time see them from Toohey Ridge]. As usual, I saw only the odd swift before the flock briefly hove into view. One seemed to be showing a bit of tail [like a sea lion] which makes me suspect a fork-tail.

Regards, Laurie.

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