Fork-tailed Swifts over Girraween (2145)

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Subject: Fork-tailed Swifts over Girraween (2145)
From: Michael Tarburton <>
Date: Mon, 7 Dec 2015 21:23:02 +0000
Thanks Joan

for sharing your swift sighting.  So even hanging out the washing can be an 
exciting experience in Sydney.

While most FTS (Pacific Swifts) are in the Top End and nw W.A. at the moment, 
there are a few scattered right around the coast, and still some in Central & 
SE Asia.  All the WTNT appear to have reached Australia.

Happy birding


> On 7 Dec 2015, at 10:39 PM,  wrote:
> Hello Mike and Other ObserversNoticed 6 Fork-tailed Swifts circling
> and feeding  today at 11.50am  when collecting washing.  There may
> have been more before I noticed them. They had disappered before I
> coud get the binoculars.  There was a front moving in.
> Joan Wharton

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