|Date:||Tue, 16 Nov 2004 09:59:55 +1100|
Wonder what the explanations are for the demise of needletail numbers
Has there been a serious decline in Swift numbers?
I've certainly seen Swift flocks in the hundreds (several of a thousand plus) in the Dubbo area since moving here in 2000.
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