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Subject: FTSwifts
From: Chris Melrose <>
Date: Sun, 12 Jan 2014 11:02:49 +1100
Just back from Cape York where Fork-tailed Swifts were abundant most days. 
Numbers varied at any time from a couple of dozen to a hundred. On several days 
just before rain they were down low and it was wonderful to see the white rump 
from the side. 
Buff-breasted Paradise Kingfishers seen regularly, Red-bellied Pitta

Christine Melrose

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