Needletail & Fork-tailed Swifts, NE NSW

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Subject: Needletail & Fork-tailed Swifts, NE NSW
From: "Simon Clayton" <>
Date: Tue, 8 Nov 2011 17:42:22 +1100
Hi All,


Needletail & Fork-tailed Swifts have just been sighted at Gibraltar Reserve
at the eastern fall of the Great Dividing Range, preceding the incoming
storm. They're the first of the season. Estimated numbers will be forwarded
to Mike Tarburton. 


Other recent highlights include high numbers of singing Brush Cuckoo, also
Lewin's Rail, Masked Owl, Cicadabird, King Quail, White-throated Honeyeater,
White-throated Nightjar,  Noisy Pitta, Bush-hen and Logrunner, all seen


More text & images at with periodic


Feel free to give us a call if you're interested in seeing any of these
species in your birding travels, we appreciate all support, and welcome
visitors to assist our conservation efforts.


Happy Birding,

Simon Clayton


Birdrangers, Gibraltar Reserve

Cangai, NSW, 2460



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