Possible swift

To: birding-aus <>, Michael Tarburton <>
Subject: Possible swift
From: David Clark <>
Date: Sat, 10 Feb 2018 07:36:01 +0000
I was driving on the Princes Highway , North Geelong this morning when I
saw what appeared to be a dead swift on the nature strip.  I was stopped at
the lights and was able to look at it for a couple of minutes.  It
attracted my attention because it was unlike the normal roadkill birds I
see; black with white underparts, long tapering wings. long body and tail
and a short bill.

Unfortunately, there was nowhere to park and I couldn't return to it.


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