Subject: WNTs
From: David Hair <>
Date: Mon, 04 Apr 2005 08:54:48 +1000
Hi, Everyone.
Late yesterday afternoon (April 3) I saw about 100-150 White-throated Needletails flying low over Mortdale (in Sydney's south). Not only was this the latest in the season I've ever recorded them in Sydney (previous latest 31.3.91) but for me it was the latest anywhere. There have been a lot of reports of WNTs in south-eastern Australia recently on birding-aus. Is something unusual happening this year?

David Hair.

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