Subject: Woodswallows
From: "steve roderick" <>
Date: Mon, 25 Sep 2006 08:04:53 +1000

  During the westerly winds on Sat.23/9 I had 100+ White-browed and
  Masked Woodswallows over my house at Weston, Kurri Kurri, about 40mins
  from Newcaslte NSW. Although these birds are rare to uncommon in the
  lower hunter valley(or anywhere in the hunter) they have hawked over
  my house at least 2-3 times a year, for the past 4yrs(since moving
  here) after strong westerlys in summer. These birds were the earliest
  record during spring I have had.

  Steve Roderick.

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