spine-tailed swifts

Subject: spine-tailed swifts
From: Laurence and Leanne Knight <>
Date: Sun, 07 Jan 2001 18:38:02 +1000
Hmmm, the needletails were also active over the Sunshine Coast
hinterland [SEQ] this weekend.  I saw a small group zipping around
Flaxton on Sat. and a larger group zipping over Eumundi today.

Other highlights out of 58 species atlassed round Flaxton this weekend
included a crested shrike-tit in the state forest beside Flaxton Mill
Rd,  a collection of pacific bazas near the bottom of Old Mill Rd, and
an azure kingfisher zipping up Allara St [first time I've seen one fly
along a footpath rather than a stream].

Regards, Laurie.

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