Re: White-browed Woodswallows

Subject: Re: White-browed Woodswallows
From: Peter Pfeiffer <>
Date: Mon, 25 Nov 1996 13:45:04 +1030
At 01:01 PM 25/11/1996 +1100,Rob Mcnaught  wrote:
>Like Lawrie, I was pleased to see White-browed Woodswallows recently.  During
>the storms on Nov 17 around Coonabarabran, a persistent chirruping made me seek
>out the culprits.

>the stormy conditions, it appears they were keeping ahead of the strong winds
>which hit about 15 minutes later bringing down many trees (crushing two
>unoccupied cars in the process), even more branches, unroofing several houses,

>and killing two emus and a camel (at Miniland).

  I guess having wings can have
>its advantages.

           Not for the Emus! 
>         Cheers,

Peter Pfeiffer
Technical Officer
Dept. of  Chemistry
Flinders University of  South Australia
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Adelaide SA 5001

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