To: "birding-aus" <>
Subject: Swifts.
From: "Bruce Cox" <>
Date: Mon, 23 Jan 2006 14:14:23 +1100
Hi Birding-aussers,

There were about 20 Spine-tailed Swifts over Warriewood Wetland this
morning. I probably would have missed them except I had my bins on the sky
watching Dollarbirds hawking insects to feed their young. I reckon I miss
more swifts than I see simply because they are too high to see with the
naked eye.

There are at least two pair of Tawny Grassbirds feeding young in the wetland
reedbeds, one pair near the old southern boardwalk and one near the newer
northern boardwalk.


Bruce Cox on Sydney's Northern Beaches.

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