|Subject:||Needletails at Carwoola|
|From:||"martin butterfield" <>|
|Date:||Thu, 8 Mar 2007 18:46:58 +1100|
The first white-throated needletails I have seen at El Rancho Carwoola have just passed by at treetop height. They came from a clear sky (although there are a few cumulus over the Taliesin Hills in the background). It was difficult to count them since they came in groups of 2 - 4 and may have been the same birds circling. I'll write down 4, but there could have been as many as 20.
6 of the local group of dusky woodswallows were circling at a rather higher elevation.
Judgng by the number of mozzie bites I acquired watching these birds they could well have flown a bit lower!
On 3/8/07, Pedroanddi <> wrote:
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