FW: Can I help you?

To: Alan McBride <>
Subject: FW: Can I help you?
From: Carl Clifford <>
Date: Tue, 16 Feb 2010 23:53:53 +1100
Must be that global warming that is not happening.


Carl Clifford

On 16/02/2010, at 9:16 PM, Alan McBride wrote:

Interestingly there seems a large number of reports of Spangled Drongo this year. They've been sparse for last few years around Sydney given that I had them in such places as Mosman and very often at Long Reef in the headland trees.

Wondered where they had gone: neat birds;-)

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On 16/02/2010, at 20:47 , Geoffrey Jones wrote:

Thanks Carl for that protection I really appreciate what you have said and
to Tom Tarrant who offered to send him back an email thru him. Anyway I
decided to send Dave a return email address and here is what he is after. I am sure that there are many of you out there with far more experience than I and I think he would appreciate your help from this Forum. Maybe Spangled
Drongo ?

Regards to you all Geoff

From: dave khan 
Sent: Tuesday, 16 February 2010 7:34 PM
Subject: RE: Can I help you?

hello. i tried to get to you on what must be an old page of yours, first
thing this morning, er, @barraimaging.
the reason for my hunt is, we have what seems to be a pair of black birds
feeding off palm trees in the next doors back yard.
the birds are black, with the hint of brown in some feathers. the eyes are red. there is brown markings of the wings. to me, the brown makrings look like the out-line of a serated knife blade. my wife and i have never seen
these birds before. i went on the net and i could not see the same birds
there. the closest was the, glossy starling, but, i am sure it is not what
we are looking at.
i thank you for any information you can give us. we live on the central
coast of n.s.w. regards,  davek


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