Where are the Fork-tailed Swifts and WTNTs?

To: Michael Tarburton <>
Subject: Where are the Fork-tailed Swifts and WTNTs?
From: <>
Date: Wed, 30 Jan 2008 12:01:11 +1100
Hi Michael and B-A,

On Saturday (26/01) we had a small number (10 +/-) of WTNT about 30 kms north 
of Bairnsdale and one or two FTS. Exact numbers were hard to judge as we were 
watching them through tree cover over the road.

There were also 2 Square-tailed Kites that circled low overhead as we hunted 
for Cicadabirds. For those who replied to my RFI we found one Cicadabird on the 
track into Fairy Dell near Bruthen (Vic).

On Monday morning (28/01) there were 2 large groups of WTNT circling very high 
over Yeerung Gorge East of Marlo (Vic). There was no wind and their calls could 
be heard as they drifted slowly from SE to NW. No FTS were seen in the groups.




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