Woodswallows heading for Tasmania?

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Subject: Woodswallows heading for Tasmania?
From: "George Appleby" <>
Date: Wed, 11 Oct 2006 11:46:49 +1000
Hi all


With strong northerly winds forecast for the next couple of days, and plenty
of White-browed Woodswallows (and some Masked) turning up in southern
Victoria, there'd have to be a good chance that some birds will reach
Tasmania this season. If you are a resident or visiting birder in northern
Tasmania, please report any sightings on Birding-aus. The sight and sound of
massed flocks of these birds is a great treat.






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