Swifts and raptores

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Subject: Swifts and raptores
From: "Graeme Fraser" <>
Date: Thu, 3 May 2001 23:36:21 +1000
Many thanks to those who responded to my message on shortage of swifts near
Alstonville.  Rory's atlas figures are disturbing.  Do they take into
account effort?  Perhaps the situation is even worse than those numbers
indicate.  Has anyone visited the breeding colonies or seen reports of
activities there?

My son sent me this URL.  If you are lucky you will see a picture of the
adult peregrine feeding the young.  There are some interesting links if you
are not so lucky.

Thanks again


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