WT Needletails

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Subject: WT Needletails
From: "Glassco" <>
Date: Wed, 2 Mar 2005 20:50:39 +1100
Birders.  This morning at Belongil, Just North of Byron Bay, a flock of 40+ WT Needletails were insect hunting over the  frontal dune area near the beach. A calm moring though hot with some cloud. White backed Swallows, welcome swallows &White breasted swallows were hunting  just under the Needle-tails, all this lasted for about 10 minutes .
On a sand bank the Pacific Golden Plovers were noted &  on the beach , a group of 10 Red Capped Plovers were resting.
A Dollar bird & a Spangled Drongo  were in this area.
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