|To:||alan morris <>,|
|Subject:||White-throated Needletails in NSW|
|From:||Mick Roderick <>|
|Date:||Fri, 4 Nov 2005 13:26:59 +1100 (EST)|
Just adding that the HHB had WtNeedletails high up over Telegherry SF during the Twitchathon (so I'll back you up on yours at Allyn R, David).
Actualy, the birds that we most noticed absent from some usually reliable sites were White-browed and Masked Woodswallows. Have these birds stayed further inland this year? I think the WOW recorded them both (as well as Black-faced) and Alan reported Masked from the Barradine trip. In previous years (though not on the Twitchathon) we've had WbW and MW over the Barringtons in large-ish flocks.
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