To: "Mike Tarburton" <>
Subject: Swifts
From: "John & Ruth Walter" <>
Date: Fri, 6 Jan 2006 09:18:07 +1000
Small flocks of Fork-tailed Swifts on 4th and 6th Jan during a period of stormy weather associated with a "Dry line" [a weather bureau term for a division between moist coastal air and dryer inland air and a surface trough which seems to move west during the day and east at night with storms]. We had the first rainfall in one go of over 50mm for the last 12 months on the night of 5th.
John Walter
Pittsworth SE Qld

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