House SWIFT ID incorrect

To: "birding aus" <>
Subject: House SWIFT ID incorrect
From: "Adrian Boyle" <>
Date: Fri, 9 Mar 2007 19:46:03 +0900
Hi all

After my posting last night things have changed.

This morning George Swann re found the SWIFT at the port.
It turned out there was upto 6 and with no rain and better views it it pretty certain they are NOT House Swifts.

Birds were found at several places around Broome and it is now thought they maybe Nest Swiftlets. I shall keep you posted after I have studdied the 100+ photos that were taken today.

Cheers Adrian Boyle


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