Unusual Woodswallow flocks over Bellinger Valley

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Subject: Unusual Woodswallow flocks over Bellinger Valley
From: Brian Hawkins <>
Date: Sun, 18 Sep 2011 17:38:41 -0700 (PDT)
Turns out the Woodswallows I saw were White-browed, not Little or Dusky.  
Thanks to Carol Probets for ID-ing the calls.  

Against the bright hazy sky the wings and bodies looked so 
dark, and the terminal white tail-band was so clearly defined against 
the darker tail, that at the time of the sightings I didn't even consider 
White-browed (going on the 
pictures in Pizzey and Knight).


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