Masked & White-browed Woodswallows

To: Tom Tarrant <>
Subject: Masked & White-browed Woodswallows
From: Carol Probets <>
Date: Fri, 20 Sep 2013 07:37:37 +1000
My first sighting of White-browed Woodswallows this season was a flock high over the Capertee Valley on 11th September.

Painted Honeyeater arrived a regular site on private property in the valley on either 10th or 11th. The mistletoe has plenty of fruit this year so fingers crossed for a good Painted Honeyeater year.



At 6:50 PM +1000 19/9/13,  wrote:
Interesting Tom,

I saw 25 White-browed over bushland south of Kurri Kurri (about 30km west of Nwcastle) today. These are the first I'm aware of in the Hunter (or east of the divide in NSW) this season.

Swift Parrots are still in small numbers too.


On 19/09/2013, at 16:47, Tom Tarrant <> wrote:

 Approximately 50-100 Woodswallows flying in north-westerly direction over
 Kobble Creek (SE Qld) at around 16.30 hrs today (19 September 2013). More
 Masked than White-browed noted.

 > Tom


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