White-browed Woodswallows

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Subject: White-browed Woodswallows
From: Julian Robinson <>
Date: Sun, 15 Oct 2006 22:12:47 +1000
I don't really understand the import of this if any, but there were 20+ (maybe 50 I couldn't keep track) White-browed Woodswallows cavorting in windy weather at Callum Brae last Tuesday 10th.  They weren't going anywhere, just hanging around for the hour I observed them.


At 08:46 PM 15/10/06, you wrote:
During the hot and extremely windy afternoon on Saturday, a flock of about 40 White-browed Woodswallows flew over Cook, heading into the wind in a north-westerly direction.
Interestingly a group of about 20 also flew overhead in the same direction just after sunrise on Sunday morning, after the weather had changed to cool and calm.
Nicki Taws
02 6251 0303
0408 210736


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