Woodswallows of Australia (film)

To: Philip Veerman <>, 'COG list' <>
Subject: Woodswallows of Australia (film)
From: David Rees via Canberrabirds <>
Date: Sat, 6 Feb 2021 06:53:49 +0000

Thanks for that, them White-brested WS are pretty widespread outside of
Australia, inc the Philippines, as you say.


On 6/02/2021 5:48 pm, Philip Veerman wrote:
> That is a nice collection. It mentions the White-breasted Woodswallow in
> parts of Asia. I recall seeing them in Philippines and wondering if I was
> seeing right, before having checked the local book.
> Philip
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Canberrabirds
>  On Behalf Of David
> Rees via Canberrabirds
> Sent: Friday, 5 February, 2021 10:32 PM
> To: COG list
> Subject: [Canberrabirds] Woodswallows of Australia (film)
> A little project of mine during some recent damp days, sourced from
> footage from my archives. Old hat for some, educational for others. some
> will watch it for mistakes, anyway here it is, I like it.
> <>
> David
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