Although not on the coast I did see (and photograph) a Black-faced
Woodswallow perched in a flock of White-browed Woodswallows in the Pilliga,
northern New South Wales, a few years back. I thought that it was unusual
to see it with the White-browed Woodswallows. Although seen on the same
trip I am not sure whether Masked Woodswallows were there as well on that
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From: Dominic Funnell
Sent: Saturday, May 23, 2015 3:27 PM
To: martin cachard
Subject: Woodswallows on the coast of Cairns a month or
I don't know Andy personally but got the info from John Seale via his
Recent Cairns Bird Sightings email.
Further to this was up on the southern Tablelands this morning and there
are still good numbers of both Masked and White-browed Woodswallow around,
although did not see any Black-faced.
On 21 May 2015 at 13:52, martin cachard <> wrote:
hey Dom, thanx heaps for that...
that narrows it down to about 4 or 5 days then for mine to be at my place
right above the beach!!!
strange of Andy to say he saw Black-faced WS with WB & M though!! are u
I've got to go now sorry...cheers for that!!
trinity beach. cairns.
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