Reporting of Swifts

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Subject: Reporting of Swifts
From: "alan morris" <>
Date: Wed, 14 Feb 2007 08:23:52 +1100

Some people report Fork-tailed Swifts because generally they are uncommon to rare in NSW and others report White-throated Needletails because Mike Tarburton is doing a study of them and is interersted in any sightings!

However it is true, WTN are not rare and many other species considered Threatened or vulnerable deserve more attention.

Alan Morris

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