wtn's for the swiftman

To: "Birding-aus" <>
Subject: wtn's for the swiftman
From: "kev" <>
Date: Fri, 2 Mar 2007 19:41:15 +1100
hi all, especialy the guy who we all post wtn sightings for.

i have a few reccords for you:

firsty over farmland near drouin, west gippsland, victoria: 1/03/07, there
were approx 50-75 (possibly quite inaccurate, as i am qiute a novice) wth's
flying in rapid, very large circles , whilst slowly moving east. weather was
cooling after a hot day, with thunder clouds in the distance (swift

a seccond was from near marlo, east gippsland, at a picnic ground/walk
called cabbage-tree palm creek. 18/2/07 the place was about 15 mins drive
north (inland) of marlo. a flock of wtn's were flying quite high in circles,
but not moving (if you know what i mean), also at this place, there were
rufous fantail, yellow faced h-eater and mistletoebird.

happie birding!

Kev :)

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