birding-aus Re Migrants;

Subject: birding-aus Re Migrants;
From: (Mike Tarburton)
Date: Fri, 24 Sep 1999 06:21:41 +1000 (EST)
Greetings bird fanciers

Linda Cross said

"The first Dollarbird for the season was seen at 1625 hours over our back
garden on 17th September."

This is interesting for there are still dollarbirds visiting out garden and
the Uni campus here in PNG.

Someone else commented on the Sacred Kingfishers having arrived at their
part of Oz, yet while we are aware that some have left here, I saw one at
0550h out our window this morning.  Clearly not all have left yet, and I
dont think they all come up to NG anyway.

I have banded a couple of kingfishers so have a good look at the ones you


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