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From: Michael Tarburton <>
Date: Wed, 24 Mar 2010 06:19:54 +1100
 G'day Chris & other readers

Most WTNT observations in Tassie have been made in March and April, then January & February are next common and they are quite uncommon there in November or December.

Real problem of recent years is that very few records are made in Tassie at all. Thank you for sharing your observation.

I am very close to analysing the last 120 years data for both swift species from all states, so please send in any unpublished records direct to me. Many thanks

Michael Tarburton



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