White-throated Needletails

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Subject: White-throated Needletails
Date: Tue, 6 Mar 2007 11:23:02 +1100
David Adams stated that we don't report any other routine sightings! My 
question is why not? We can go on for weeks on end about how many birdwatchers 
there are  ect ect, but how often do we hear about the more common birds, 
remember they are the ones that keep our interest going. I am one that loves to 
hear about our Honeyeaters, Parrots or other more common species. To report on 
what species are feeding on or if they are in large numbers keeps us informed 
about the movements and habits of our more common species and only last week 
there was a request for information on the drinking habits of Thornbills.
The more we report on birds the more knowledge we will have to protect them in 
the future.  Regards Terrill

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