WT Needletails on NSW South Coast

Subject: WT Needletails on NSW South Coast
From: Andrew Taylor <>
Date: Wed, 10 Jan 2007 09:30:46 +1100
5 White-Throated Needletails near Broulee (south of Batemans Bay) on
the 31st and several the day before.  I visit here most summer
and usually see more.

Also a Square-Tailed Kite soaring over a very crowded Batemans Bay on
the 29th and 1 over Broulee on the 5th.  Perhaps like Powerful Owls they
are increasingly exploiting built-up areas.

A Black Kite near Bungendore on the 29th - probably  not unusual, but my
first for SE NSW.

Andrew Taylor

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