Fork-tailed Swifts and Needletails

Subject: Fork-tailed Swifts and Needletails
Date: Sun, 7 Dec 2014 12:28:36 +1100
Hi Mike et al
At 12.20 pm today noticed a loose flock of roughly 40 Fork-tailed Swifts 
circling and probably feeding over Tungarra  Rd Girraween (2145) and at least 
one clearly identifiable White- throated Needletail among them.  May have been 
more. ( I was outside and tried identifying them before getting binos from 
inside house). There  is a front coming in from the west and they were ahead of 
it.  Did anyone else notice them over Sydney?

Joan Wharton
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 Msy have been more but I was outside and had to go in to get binos.
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