To: "birding -aus" <>
Subject: swifts
Date: Mon, 12 Mar 2001 14:28:45 -0000
Hi all/ Mike Tarburton,
Spine-tails have been around for the past 5days here at Sackville Nth
Sydney,about 40 individuals each day.

Can you throw any light on the Glossy Swiftlet I reported
and why it would be this far South, Mike or anyone.I believe it must be
from the far north as the ones on Islands closer to NSW have varying
degrees of white/grey on the rump. 

Keith Brandwood
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