White-throated Needletails

To: Stephen Ambrose <>
Subject: White-throated Needletails
From: Laurie Knight <>
Date: Tue, 2 Jul 2019 21:04:55 +1000
Why would swifts be leaving Aus now [it is mid winter]?  If they are around in 
July, isn’t it possible that they might be overwintering?

> On 2 Jul 2019, at 4:41 pm, Stephen Ambrose <> wrote:
> Hi Mike et al.
> Two WTNTs observed flying low (about 20 m) over our home in Ryde, NSW at 1615 
> hrs today.  Heading in a northerly direction. Obviously late departures. Not 
> sure if there were any more WTNTs, these two birds were seen just as I walked 
> out the front door, so it’s possible there were others beforehand.  Calm, 
> sunny, but cold day, a rain front expected to move through this evening.  
> Lat: 33 deg 48 min S.  Long: 151 deg 07 min E.
> Kind regards,
> Stephen
> Stephen Ambrose
> Ryde NSW
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