Broome birds

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Subject: Broome birds
From: Gary Wright <>
Date: Thu, 19 Nov 2009 00:28:01 +1030
today approx 30 Barn swallows were showing well on eastern side of sewerage
ponds, with many immatures among them.  Also on Woolies oval 20 - 30 pacific
golden plover.  They are like ballerinas, very delicate in appearance and
movement.  Running forward, stopping and holding position, leaning over in a
bow, holding it, sometimes eating and sometimes doing it all again.


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