SEQ needletails

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Subject: SEQ needletails
From: "Trevor Ford" <>
Date: Fri, 20 Nov 2009 00:23:29 +1000
There was a swirling flock of at least 250 White-throated Needletails over the 
southern part of Bribie Island, SEQ, at atound 1330 today. There could have 
been twice that number present. The two flocks of needletails I've seen 
recently have numbered 500+ and 250+ ... considerably more than I've seen in 
these parts in recent years.

Why don't we call them Whitethroats, I wonder?

Cheers - Trevor.

Trevor Ford

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