Swifts & Weather conditions

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Subject: Swifts & Weather conditions
From: "amorris" <>
Date: Sat, 26 Feb 2000 22:00:31 +1100
Hi Birders,
On 25 February 2000 Bruce Cox wrote
"On both occasions the birds were hawking fairly low over heath type country under clear skies & near windless conditions..."
Since moving to the Central Coast in October 1988, it has been my expereince that White-throated Needletails are present over the coastal heathlands of Bouddi, Wyrrabalong NPs and Munmorah State Recreation Area (between Broken Bay & Lake Macquarie) on a daily basis November to March, although you may have to stay around a long time to see them. This is despite the weather pattern of the time. As I cannot be there every day I cannot prove this but most days when I visit these places at this time of the year, I am seeing them!
Alan Morris
NSWFOC Records Officer
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