Fork-tailed Swifts

To: Mona Loofs Samorzewski <>, "" <>, "mike tarburton SWIFT records" <>
Subject: Fork-tailed Swifts
From: martin cachard <>
Date: Sun, 18 Jan 2015 19:22:48 +1100
hello viewers...
first Fork-tailed Swifts of the seasom for Cairms lowlamds (for me amyway) 
today at Smithfield at 430pm - avout 40 virds circlimg high after a ice storm...
very late this seasom, usually first appear avout Xmas, sometimes a week or 4 
earlier - I thimk they were late here last year too from memory (??)  - could u 
please comfirm/demy that Mike T please...??
cheers, martim cachard, cairms

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> Date: Sun, 18 Jan 2015 18:21:31 +1300
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> Subject: [Birding-Aus] needletails
> Hi Mike
> On 17th January at about 4.30 pm for about 15 min, there were 10 
> White-throated Needletails circling over the suburb of Pymble in Sydney, NSW. 
> The weather was hot, sunny and humid with no cloud. They disappeared off to 
> the south. The sighting has been logged on eBird.
> Cheers
> Mona
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