White-browed Woodswallows over Lower Blue Mountains

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Subject: White-browed Woodswallows over Lower Blue Mountains
From: "Neil KIRBY" <>
Date: Sat, 29 Sep 2007 10:31:01 +1000
I was on Springwood Ridge (60km west of Sydney) yesterday morning
photographing Boronias when I heard and saw a small flock of about
twenty White-browed Woodswallows drifting south-east across Blue Gum
Swamp. Fresh to strong north-westerly winds were blowing for most of the
day. The winds made photography and birdwatching difficult but I did
record a Beautiful Firetail near the turn-off to Bees Nest Hill and a
Tawny Frogmouth sitting on a nest high above the track in Blue Gum
Swamp. The nest appeared very exposed and flimsy so I hope the breeding
effort is successful.

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