nest-swiftlet sp. Broome

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Subject: nest-swiftlet sp. Broome
From: "Broome Bird Observatory" <>
Date: Tue, 22 Dec 2009 17:57:35 +0800
Hi all


Yesterday a nest-swiftlet species was seen several times around the port
area in Broome. It was showing well at times before moving off with 2
fork-tailed swifts in front of a band of rain moving through mid-morning.
Obviously these are very difficult/impossible to identify to species but a
few photos were taken so we will see what we can do. There was no sign this
morning but the bird could still be in the area.



The BBO team


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