WA migrations

Subject: WA migrations
From: "Karina Bull (03)9524-2347" <>
Date: Fri, 17 Jan 1997 12:58:50 +1000
Can anyone help me with information on non-wading birds that migrate between 
Western Australia and SE Asia? eg: bee eaters, raptors, cuckoos, tree martins, 
wood swallows (?), wag tails, king fishers etc etc.

Are there any sites that we are assured of seeing any of these birds at 
predictable times of the year? And have there been papers on the migration of 
these species and the weather systems they may use to hitch a ride to Australia?

I'd appreciate any info people could send me. Any suggestions as to contacts or 
sources I'd be grateful for.


Karina Bull

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