first drongo of the season

Subject: first drongo of the season
From: Julian & Fay Bielewicz <>
Date: Tue, 25 Apr 2000 20:09:39 +1000

Further to my ealier posting in which I said:

>One of course cannot be arbitary about these dates.  

I should of course have added that there are records of Spangled Drongo
remaining throughout the year.  Those that do stay behind tend to be far
less active, more secretive, during their summer than the winter months. 


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