|Subject:||lots of white browed woodswallows elsewhere also|
|From:||Julian Robinson <>|
|Date:||Tue, 05 Jan 2010 21:18:47 +1100|
And at Roger Curnow's Western Border country (Dunlop) today, much the
same as Bibaringa . i.e. ... |
-- 5-10+ breeding pairs of White-browed Woodswallows including at least two current nests with young, and many mobile and immobile juveniles (frozen in position by parent's alarm calls);
-- 3+ juv Diamond Firetails;
-- 1 pair + 1 male WW Triller (though I didn't see any young);
-- one trio of juvenile just independent(?) Dusky Woodswallows and a few adults.
Roger said there were some Masked Woodswallows there earlier in the season, but I don't think they bred.
At 08:38 PM 5/01/2010, Stuart Harris wrote:
A morning walk around 'Bibaringa' (private property adjacent and west of mt stromlo) revealed no less than 5 breeding pairs of White-browed Woodswallow indicated by their dependent young some of whom are now flying/perching in their motley garb. Also at Bibaringa, dependent young of both Diamond Firetail and White-winged Triller.
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