|Subject:||Tree Martins and Tree Sparrows|
|Date:||Fri, 28 Jan 2005 13:20:02 +1100|
I'm being totally distracted at work (agricultural research labs) this afternoon by a large flock of Tree Martins - probably 150-200 alternately roosting on the laboratory roof and wheeling over the gardens. There are a few Welcome Swallows among them but no Fairy Martins that I can pick out. Quite a sight. This flocking here in Jan-Feb is now a regular occurrence.
Memo to the twitchathon people who are, no doubt, planning their 2005 campaigns. Tree Sparrows are common in the grounds of the Airport Motor-Inn, Ardlie Street, Atwood (near Melbourne Airport).
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