Nest Swiftlets and Franklins Gull in Broome, WA

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Subject: Nest Swiftlets and Franklins Gull in Broome, WA
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Date: Tue, 17 Feb 2009 21:08:29 +1100
Hi all,

Adrian Boyle just rang to report that he is currently watching a single Nest 
Swiftlet (Aerodramus spp.) hawking over low trees adjacent to the Broome Sewage 
Works (NW WA), whilst a Franklins Gull is visible on one of the ponds inside 
the fence. Yesterday on dusk he had two Nest Swiftlets at the same site. This 
follows on from a Nest Swiftlet reported by George Swann in Broome a little 
under a month ago.

Conditions in Broome at present are relatively calm with high cloud so the 
birds may be hanging around.


Rohan Clarke

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