White-throated Needletails coming your way

Subject: White-throated Needletails coming your way
From: "Mike" <>
Date: Fri, 8 Oct 2004 09:41:32 +1000
Dear Birding-Aus Correspondents

Yesterday, while on Motupore Island (just South of Port Moresby) for three days 
field work with my Marine Biology class we observed seven White-throated 
Needletails on their way south.  However, if they maintain their south-easterly 
course they may be seen in NZ rather than Aus.

I am still interested in receiving all Needletail and Fork-tailed Swift Reports 
(either directly or through Birding-Aus) and promise to get my annual report 
out and onto Birding-Aus in the next few days.

Happy bird watching to you all.


Dr Mike Tarburton
Dean: School of Science and Technology
Pacific Adventist University
PMB, Boroko
Papua New Guinea

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