Swift watching Gibraltar range NSW

To: "Greg & Val Clancy" <>
Subject: Swift watching Gibraltar range NSW
From: Allan Richardson <>
Date: Mon, 31 Oct 2011 10:02:07 +1100
Just spent two weeks working around Goulburn. There were Pallid Cuckoos 
everywhere at just about every survey point. Was a little interesting to me as 
records of Pallid Cuckoos are a little scant where I live in Lake Macquarie. 
Skylarks were also very abundant, as were Goldfinches.

Allan Richardson
Morisset NSW
On 31/10/2011, at 9:48 AM, Greg & Val Clancy wrote:

> My first swifts of the season - 6+ Whte-throated Needletails over Raspberry 
> Lookout, Gibraltar Range National Park yesterday, seen by the 'Black-necked 
> Stalkers' Twitchathon team.  Had my first Pallid Cuckoo (silent) at 
> Tullymorgan Road last Thursday, October 27.  They have been scarce in the 
> Clarence Valley in recent years.
> Greg
> Dr Greg. P. Clancy
> Ecologist and Wildlife Guide
> Coutts Crossing

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