"Birding Aus" <>
"Bill Jolly" <>
Thu, 6 Apr 2000 10:47:38 +1000
We still have White-throated Nightjars hawking over the creek at dusk -
three put on quite a show for us last night, coming very low directly
overhead just on dusk.
Maureen Mott commented to me recently that being summer visitors they will
be gone soon, but I can't say I know just when they do leave this area. Most
of our visiting summer birds are gone now, but the nightjars are still here.
I'd value comments and observations from anyone who has got a feeling for
the timing of movement of White-throated Nightjars in Southern Queensland.
Lockyer Valley, Queensland.
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