robert morris <>
Sun, 30 Nov 2014 12:16:10 +1000
White-throated Needletails don't have a white rump. Perhaps you saw their vents
on the underside (which are white)? If the birds had white rumps - they may
have been Fork-tailed Swifts?
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> On 30 Nov 2014, at 09:28, wrote:
> Hello Mike et al
> Between 11-11.25am (when hanging out washing) noticed two groups of 15-20
> White-throated needletails pass over Tungarra Rd Girraween (2145) white rumps
> shining in the sun as they flew from east to west in a circular movement -
> probably feeding.
> Did anyone else see them?
> Joan Wharton
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